Dear Women’s History Month Luncheon Attendees and Supporters,
As you know, the coronavirus pandemic has led many governments and businesses to take strong measures to protect their constituents and clientele from the spread of this disease. Likewise, the Solano County Library Foundation and the Women’s History Month Luncheon Committee have rescheduled this popular event with the Hilton Garden Inn and the “Goodwill Bags” for the 100 Years of Fashion Show, for Friday, August 21, 2020.
If you have already paid for this event we will honor any and all refund requests. While we hope that you can join us in August, we understand that some will be unable to do so. With that in mind, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with either a “Yes, I’ll join you for the new date”, or “Please issue a refund”.
We thank you all for your understanding and look forward to seeing you very soon.
Beth Shedden, President
Solano County Library Foundation and
Josette Lacey, Chair
Women’s History Month Luncheon Committee
Please join us in celebrating the 2020 honoree
The Solano County League of Women Voters!
The League of Women Voters (LWV) celebrates 100 years in 2020!
Friday, March 27, 2020, 11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Hilton Garden Inn
2200 The Courtyard, Fairfield, CA 94533
SUSAN B. ANTHONY SPONSORSHIP (reserved seating) $1,000 - 8 Tickets (1 table)
ELIZABETH BLACKWELL SPONSORSHIP (reserved seating) $500 - 4 Tickets (1/2 table)
SOJOURNER TRUTH SPONSORSHIP (reserved seating) $125 - 2 Tickets
Individual Ticket (open seating) $45 - 1 Ticket
Look for your invitation soon! Payment option above.
The Solano County Library Foundation received $10,000 from Board of Directors member, Dr. Ash Varma in support of Reach Out And Read. Reach Out and Read gives young children a foundation for success by incorporating books into pediatric care and encouraging families to read aloud together.
In 2017, Navalta created the Robby Poblete Foundation in honor of her son, Robby, who was killed by gun violence in Vallejo in 2014. The nonprofit’s mission is to reduce gun violence through its gun buyback program, and transform the weapons into instruments of hope and opportunity through its art and vocational programs. In just under two years, the foundation has succeeded in getting nearly 1,000 firearms out of circulation, launched its Art of Peace program, which transforms the guns into art, in five cities, and has distributed more than $20,000 in apprenticeship scholarships to people from at-risk and high-risk populations.
Your donations during this matching grant period and throughout the year help us to continue to support literacy activities in Solano County.
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Solano County Library Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Tax ID # 68-0342423.
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