A Time to Give! Dec.10 Give-Back Day - Virtual Meeting
Thursday, December 10, 2020 12:00 PM
We're excited to partner with and donate our usual luncheon proceeds to The Well of Lexington! It's important for us to give back to our community, especially in the challenging times of the pandemic. The Well of Lexington is an organization that provides a safe haven for victims of sex trafficking. In our virtual meeting, Executive Director Eileen Levy will give a 30-minute presentation on what this valuable organization is doing and how people can help.
For more information on The Well, check out their website: https://www.thewelllexington.com/about-us
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+1 859-469-6517,,724551717# United States, Lexington
Phone Conference ID: 724 551 717#
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