United Way women’s group celebrates seven years

WATERLOO, IA—Cedar Valley Women’s Philanthropy Connection (WPC) will celebrate seven years of success at their annual meeting and reception Thursday, April 23 at Sunnyside Country Club in Waterloo from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

The public is invited to join to learn more about the WPC, share ideas, and learn from fantastic women of the Cedar Valley WPC who are doing great things for our community. The event will feature Kim Young-Kent, executive director of Tri-County Head Start. Complimentary food and drink will be catered through Sunnyside Country Club.

Contact the Cedar Valley United Way office to RSVP by Friday, April 17 at 319-235-6211 or by registering online at CedarValleyUnitedWay.org.

The WPC started as an endeavor of Cedar Valley United Way in 2008 and focuses on empowering women to create real and lasting improvement in people’s lives. Its mission is to help women express their philanthropic passion through education, mentoring and volunteering.