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Handi-Crafters Spring 2018 Benefit: The Roaring Twenties

Please kindly join us for a special spring celebration of Handi-Crafters most valued mission!

The Annual Spring Benefit Event is upon us….
Join us at The Ritziest Affair In Town to Celebrate the Roaring Twenties
Our speakeasy awaits your arrival.

Friday, April 20, 2018 ·  $135 per ticket
Additional information regarding tickets contact, Kathie Osborn
610-384-6990 x201
Kathie.osborn@handi-crafters.org

Our sponsors truly make this event possible
Exciting Opportunities are available
Contact April Ennis-Pierson for more information
610-384-6990 x206
April.ennis-pierson@handi-crafters.org
Download Sponsorship Package (PDF)

A Sneak Peak of Sponsors who make this benefit evening possible:

Presenting Sponsor and The Bees Knees: The Spatola Family

Hotsy Totsy Level Sponsors:


Di & Dallas Krapf and Rover Community Transportation
Jennifer and Bob McNeil on Behalf of the Coatesville Youth Initiative

Flapper Level Sponsors:

DNB First
Hankin Group
MacElree Harvey
The Paulits Family
Mr Lloyd Chapman and The American Small Business League

BLIND PIG SPONSOR:

Live Wire Level Sponsors:

Alex Brown
Analytical Graphics
DFT Inc
Ms. Mary Ladd
Ms. Karen Baker Ladd
Meridian Bank
Mr. & Mrs. Ranney Moran
Univest Bank and Trust Company
Valley Forge Investment Corporation

 

Charleston Level Sponsors:

Drinker Biddle Reath LLP
Fairman Group Family Office
Fulton Bank and Fulton Financial Advisors
KPMG
Rainer and Company
WSFS Bank

The 2018 Best Friend Award
Presented to Communications Test Design

Handi-Crafters is proud to honor Communications Test Design Inc. (CTDI) with our 2018 “Best Friend Award.” The Best Friend Award is given annually by Handi-Crafters to recognize and honor service, commitment and dedication to Handi-Crafters mission. “This award grants us the opportunity to say thank you.” said Amy Rice, Executive Director. Presenting CTDI with this award is very significant. “The support of CTDI is tremendous, if not for our customers our mission could never be fulfilled. There would be no development of skills for our workforce, no learning, no growing and no paychecks.” CTDI is an excellent example of what our customers (THE COMPANIES WHO CONTRACT US FOR WORK) do for our production management business model and our non-profit mission in providing supported employment for individuals who are differently-abled and may otherwise face barriers to competitive employment.

The team from CTDI and Handi-Crafters gather around the XR11 testing system built exclusively for Handi-Crafters by CTDI. This technology tests remote control devices and returns the devices to consumer use. Through a contract with CTDI and COX Communications, Handi-Crafters recycles nearly 1-million remotes a year.

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