Thursday, February 24, 2011

Renee McClure Makes a Difference for Children in New York City

Renee McClure
BDPA Education and Technology Foundation (BETF) joins with the rest of BDPA-Nation in congratulating past national BDPA president Renee McClure for the recognition that she is receiving later today from the Women United in Philanthropy. [SOURCE]

Over the past 5 years, Women United in Philanthropy has raised over $3 million to support United Way of New York City’s youth empowerment programs that help ensure children are afforded the opportunity to reach their fullest potential. They mobilize women as leaders, fundraisers and advocates – particularly on the critical issues affecting low-income youth. Their goal is to work together and through the United Way to create the strong connections that measurably enhance the quality of life in our community.

Renee is being honored at the fifth annual 'Power of Women to Make a Difference' Awards Luncheon as one of New York City’s most dedicated women working to make a difference in the lives of these children.    Renee made a difference in BDPA New York chapter when she served as its president ... so we are not surprised that she continues to demonstrate her compassion and talents as an executive with National Grid.

Congratulations Renee!

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