The Kent Chamber of Commerce is excited to invite you to our upcoming Monthly Luncheon, dedicated to shining a spotlight on the incredible contributions of our small local non-profit organizations. This special event is scheduled to take place on 12/7/2023 at Green River College Kent Campus and it promises to be an enlightening and inspiring gathering that celebrates the invaluable services these non-profits provide to our community.
At this luncheon, we will have the privilege of hearing directly from representatives of various small local non-profit organizations. They will share insights into the vital services they offer and the substantial impact they have on our local economy and community. These non-profits play a pivotal role in addressing crucial needs, supporting the vulnerable, and fostering a stronger, more connected community.
Through engaging presentations, you will learn about the diverse range of services and programs these non-profits offer, such as education, healthcare, environmental stewardship, arts and culture, and much more. This luncheon provides an excellent opportunity to understand the breadth and depth of their contributions and how they positively influence our local economic and social landscape.
In addition to the enlightening talks, this luncheon will also provide a platform for networking and collaboration. It's a chance to connect with representatives from various sectors, including business leaders, community members, and the passionate individuals behind these non-profits. By coming together, we can explore potential partnerships, share ideas, and amplify the collective impact we can have on our community's growth and well-being.
We encourage you to join us for this enriching luncheon as we celebrate the tireless efforts of our local non-profits. Your presence will not only show support for their endeavors but also contribute to the ongoing dialogue about how we can work together to create a more vibrant and resilient community.
Kendrick Glover: GEM Mentoring
Barbara Philips: Community Network Council
Living Well Kent
Gwen Allen-Carston: Black Action Commisson
Brenda Farwell: Kent Community Partners
Lori Guilyole: City of Kent
Lauren Nicolas: Center for Economic Oppurtunity
Julie Auve: American Cancer Society
Dr Natalie Ellington: Eileen & Callies Place