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Generations 2019 Annual Fundraising Luncheon

The Generations 2019 Annual Luncheon will have a special keynote speaker, 2013 Miss America, Mallory Hagan.

Although never a victim herself, Hagan comes from a family blanketed by child abuse. While she grew up in Alabama, she spent several years living in New York. When she won the title of Miss New York City in March of 2012, Mallory decided to use her new platform to become an advocate and ambassador for Child Sexual Abuse Awareness and Education. She used her new-found voice to join forces with the likes of Stop it Now, Child Abuse Prevention Program, and Safe Horizon.

Mallory has spoken at several Child Sexual Abuse Summits the past few years, recorded numerous public service announcements, and even lobbied for the Child Sexual Abuse Act on Capitol Hill with the National Children’s Association. She recently was a keynote speaker at the National Child Advocacy Center’s Symposium.

This event will be a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the transitional work that Generations has been doing in the state of South Carolina for over twenty-six years. With the goal of "no more sexual abuse victims", Generations has a 98 percent effectiveness rate, helping those boys who have suffered trauma or abuse in their lives. More than 970 boys have successfully completed the Generations nationally recognized program.

To register, visit https://secure.ministrysync.com/ministrysync/event/home.php?e=14544.

Date & Time

March 13, 2019

11:30AM - 1:00PM

Add to Calendar 03/13/201911:30 AM 03/13/201901:00 PM America/New_York Generations 2019 Annual Fundraising Luncheon The Generations 2019 Annual Luncheon will have a special keynote speaker, 2013 Miss America, Mallory Hagan.Although never a victim herself, Hagan comes from... More info at www.greenvillebusinessmag.com/events/158729/generations-2019-annual-fundraising-luncheon Greenville Convention Center 1 Exposition Drive , Greenville, SC 29607 axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927

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Free; must pre-register; donations encouraged

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