Giving Circle Kickoff Celebration
April 2, 2014
Giving Circle Debut
A Giving Circle to combat domestic violence in Allegheny County held its kickoff event April 2 at the Rivers Club in downtown Pittsburgh. The event was co-sponsored by Highmark and Pittsburgh Magazine.
Proceeds from the event will benefit PCADV and its four member programs in Allegheny County: Alle-Kiski Area Hope Center Inc.; Center for Victims; Crisis Center North; and Women's Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh.
Among the attendees were, from left, WTAE-TV anchor and reporter Sally Wiggin, host; Allen Kukovich, board president of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence; Mary Anne Papale, community affairs director of Highmark, a corporate sponsor; Judy Greenwald Cohen, executive director of the Jewish Women's Foundation; Peg Dierkers, PCADV executive director; and Michelle Bond, executive director for Alle-Kiski Area Hope Center.
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Dee Baker, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence
William S. Bennett, The Private Client Group
Michelle Bond, Alle-Kiski Area HOPE Center
Judy Greenwald Cohen, Jewish Women’s Foundation of Pittsburgh
Grace Coleman, Crisis Center North
Julie R. Colton, Voelker & Colton, LLC
Peg Dierkers, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Jonnie Joseph, Esq., Consultant
Allen Kukovich, PCADV Board President
Lynette Lederman, Office of Councilman Corey O’Connor and National Council of Jewish Women
Laurie MacDonald, Center for Victims
Deborah A. Moses, Wealth Management Advisor, McKinley Carter Wealth Services
Barbara Nicholas, Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh
Mary Anne Papale, Highmark Western PA
Cheryl A. Parzych, First Commonwealth Advisors
Shirl Regan, Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh
Rita K. Schell, First Commonwealth Bank
Kara Sroka, Crisis Center North
Fran Trimpey, Center for Victims