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13th Annual Women’s Philanthropy Fund Breakfast Set For Wednesday, April 27th

13th Annual Women’s Philanthropy Fund Breakfast Set for Wednesday, April 27th

Filmmaker Ramaa Mosley Keynotes Orange County United Way’s Biggest Fundraiser

Event helps fund vital programs and initiatives supporting at-risk women and children throughout the community

WHAT: 13th Annual Women’s Philanthropy Fund Breakfast

WHERE: Hotel Irvine, 17900 Jamboree Road, Irvine

WHEN: Wednesday, April 27, 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

WHO: Keynote Speaker Ramaa Mosley, is a filmmaker and vocal advocate for girls’ and women’s rights around the world. Mosley directed the Afghan segment of the award-winning documentary, Girl Rising, and helped launch #BringBackOurGirls, a social media campaign raising awareness of the 276 Nigerian schoolgirls who were kidnapped in 2014.

WHY: The Women’s Philanthropy Fund Breakfast is one of Orange County’s premier fundraising breakfast events celebrating the community’s most influential leaders and philanthropists. This year, Mosley and attendees together will explore how the county can harness the power of caring globally while taking action locally. The Women’s Philanthropy Fund has raised more than $4.5 million over the past twelve years for local initiatives that create a brighter future for women and children.

EVENT DETAILS: The Women’s Philanthropy Fund Breakfast features a networking reception, opening remarks from Rochelle Karr and Monica Timpe, as well as a powerful presentation from keynote speaker Ramaa Mosley, filmmaker and prominent advocate for women’s rights. Individual seats are $200. For more information, please visit our website.


Katherine Ransom, Vice President, Marketing and Communications
Orange County United Way 949.263.6176, katheriner@unitedwayoc.org

Michael Suydam
21Strat 949.981.5008, mike@21strat.com

Since 1924, Orange County United Way has been working to improve lives and strengthen our community by mobilizing the caring power of Orange County and focusing on the building blocks for a good quality of life: Education, Income, Health and Housing. By investing in Orange County children, families and individuals, we help them create pathways to self-sufficient lives. In short, we help people help themselves. Through our 10-year community-wide action plan, “FACE 2024” (an acronym for Fund, Advocate, Collaborate, Educate), we collaborate with local businesses, community organizations, governmental agencies and individuals to make a long-term measurable difference in the lives of local individuals and families. To learn more or to join our movement, visit www.unitedwayoc.org.



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