Support Our Charity
Each program year, Chester County Human Resources Assn. choses a non-profit organization to support.
FINANCIAL STABILITY PARTNERSHIP
For the 2016-17 Program year, our charity is United Way of Chester County's Financial Stability Center. This UWCC initiative joins the forces of PA CareerLink - Chester County and United Way's Financial Stability Center together in one building, with the goal of creating easy access to a coordinated network of employment and financial stability services provided by various partners."
You can help us support them by purchasing raffle tickets at our monthly meetings and participating in the "Dine and Donate" event and other fundraisers that we run.
Thank you, in advance, for your support!
For more information about the Financial Stability Center, please visit http://www.unitedwaychestercounty.org/financial-stability-partnership
Raffle Items for 2016-2017 were donated by the following:
- Kim Bohm
- Linda Petrecca
- Emilie Laga
Did you know that CCHRA was designated as a SHRM Foundation Champion in 2014 and 2015?
Now more than ever, HR impacts the success of the workplace. And, for more than 45 years, the SHRM Foundation has studied the workplace and supported HR professionals.
Donations to the SHRM Foundation deliver scholarships, produce workplace resources, further HR research, and advance thought leadership.
Make your impact on the future of HR by donating to the SHRM Foundation! (If you include CCHRA as your chapter, your donation is credited as part of the chapter's and will help us to win this award again!)
Learn more at shrmfoundation.org/impact
CCHRA Members who have donated to the SHRM Foundation and designated CCHRA include:
- Beth Huggins
- Linda Petrecca, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Charities that Chester County Human Resources Association has supported in the past:
The ARC of Chester County (2015-2016)
Coatesville Youth Initiative (2014-2015)
Chester County Occupational Industrilization Center (2013-2014)
Safe Harbor of Chester County, Inc. (2011-2012)
SPCA of Chester County
CVIM (Community Volunteers in Medicine)