As part of the PLUS Foundation’s Chapter Charity initiative, the PLUS Southeast Chapter recently presented a check for $2,500 to Hospitality House of Charlotte. The organization provides housing for families with loved ones who are seriously ill so they can be close to medical facilities in the area.
Pictured (left to right)
- Angie Bush (HHOC Finance Director)
- Cassandra Grace (Socius)
- Matt Gardner
- Ed Martinez
- Cynthia Zimmerman (Socius)
- Carrie Howell (HHOC Executive Director)
- Jonathan Thornton
- Jamie Westmoreland
Thanks to the Chapter and everyone who participated to support this great organization.
On April 19 the PLUS Foundation’s Women’s Leadership Network hosted its 2018 Hartford event, featuring a presentation from Jennifer Openshaw.
Thanks to everyone who helped to support this terrific event, and special congratulations to Dove Burns who was presented with a maternity gift.
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