Help a Chester County Non-Profit by Attending This Fundraising Event
If you’re from Phoenixville–or anywhere in the surrounding area–you should be familiar with the non-profit organization Citizen Advocacy of Chester County. It’s a local 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to helping people with disabilities by fostering meaningful relationships. From developing social trust to medical and financial representation, advocates spend their time and utilize their own networks and resources to create committed, intentional, and proactive relationships.
It takes emotional commitment to build lasting and trusting relationships between two people who otherwise never would have met. Throughout the ups and downs of daily life, advocates remain dedicated to their partners.
The Phoenixville-based non-profit has information on its site highlighting the details of the advocacy program. The organization is celebrating its 40th anniversary and the 19th annual fundraising event A Play With a Purpose.
A Play With a Purpose: Fundraising Event
According to the website, the May 17 event is located at People’s Light–a non-profit theater located in Malvern, PA. The function starts at 5:00 p.m. and features food, an open bar, music, Wall of Wine, as well as silent and live auctions.
Following the 2-hour event is a preview of this year’s play Bayard Rustin: Inside Ashland, written and directed by Steve H. Broadnax II.
People’s Light can be found via GPS at 39 Conestoga Road, Malvern, PA. No tickets will be sent. Check-in at the door.
If you’re not able to attend the in-person event, you can participate online. All of the auction items will be listed online and you can bid virtually. Additionally, you can purchase tickets for a virtual stream of the play.
Full event details are outlined in the image below. Visit the website here.
Citizen Advocacy of Chester County
Consider donating to Citizen Advocacy of Chester County and attending this fundraising event.
The mission of the non-profit is to, “Initiate and support a variety of intentional relationships that provide advocacy for opportunity, protection from harm, sponsorship into community life, friendship, and justice for isolated people living with a disability.”
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