Kim Bigler, Founder of James Storehouse, will be the speaker at the AAUW (American Association of University Women) Covington-Mandeville branch annual Salad Supper. This event will be held at Christ Episcopal Church Commons Hall (New Hampshire St. Covington, LA), on Tuesday, September 10, 2019. Socializing begins at 6:30 PM. Dinner will be served at 7:00 PM. Our Salad Supper is open to the public. There will be no charge to attend this meeting but since a free dinner is supplied, reservations are required to ensure sufficient food and seating; please contact Eileen deHaro at 624-9553 to make your reservation.
Kim is the founder of James Storehouse Louisiana, a 501c3 nonprofit that provides for the unmet needs of children coming into the foster care system, and helps to transition those aging out of the system. She mobilizes communities on their behalf, starting in Los Angeles when she launched James Storehouse Inc. in response to learning the great need of this invisible population. Kim, and her husband Ben, are also foster parents. Contact Staci Schwittay/Operations (email@example.com) for more information about the celebration.
The AAUW event on September 10th will also include a drop off location for some of the school supply needs that will help the children. These include: backpacks, nap pads (Red and blue Kinder Mats), binders (1” and 1.5”), spiral notebooks (1 and 3 subject), marble composition books, wide-rule loose leaf paper, dividers, pens (black, blue, and red), Pencils (#2), crayons (8, 16, or 24 ct), Crayola pencils, dry erase markers, pencil top and regular erasers, Elmer’s glue or glue sticks, highlighters, plastic folders (with or without pockets), construction paper, Kleenex, paper towels, and Clorox wipes.
There is no cost to attend this event and no obligation to join our branch but should you decide to do so membership discounts will be available to eligible participants. Full membership requires at least an associate degree or its equivalent from an accredited university. Branch only Supporter memberships are available to those without degrees. Graduate School discounts are also available for your first year.
The American Association of University Women, with its nationwide network of more than 100,000 members, 1,300 branches, and 550 college and university partners, has been a leading advocate for equity and education for women and girls since 1881. For more information about the Covington-Mandeville branch of AAUW, contact Eileen deHaro at 985-624-9553. Check out our website at http://covmande-la.aauw.net/.
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