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“Our Vision: A Community Free of Domestic Violence". Guest Speaker - Nicole Linder

  • Tue, September 12, 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Der Manouel Insurance & Financial Services, 548 W Cromwell Ave #101, Fresno, CA 93711

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“Our Vision A Community Free of Domestic Violence. Guest Speaker - Nicole Linder

Please join us on September 12th at our new luncheon location in welcoming our guest speaker, Nicole Linder from the Marjaree Mason Center who will be speaking on domestic violence. Our non-profit support for this month will be Tagua.

MENU: Build your own Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Sesame Noodles, Strawberry Pizza and Lemonade Tea!

Nicole (DiBuduo) Linder

Nicole (DiBuduo) Linder is a native of Fresno, California where she resides with her husband, Colby and their two children. A graduate of California State University, Fresno with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication and Journalism, Linder assumed the role of Executive Director of the Marjaree Mason Center in September 2016. As Executive Director, Linder oversees more than 90 employees who annually serve more than 5,600 adults and children from Fresno County who have been affected by domestic violence. Marjaree Mason Center is one of the largest domestic violence services agencies in California. This includes 138 beds of safe housing, counseling, legal services, training and education. Prior to her role at Marjaree Mason Center, Linder worked for Valley Children’s Healthcare Foundation and Fresno Pacific University. Linder volunteers her time with Rotary, the schools where her children attend and their family church.  

Our Non-Profit Support for September


Tagua: Fair Trade for a Better World is bringing Fresno a whole new way to shop!

First of all Tagua is a store where you'll find unique and remarkable jewelry, accessories and home and garden decor all hand made by artisans around the world. But while you are finding that perfect accessory for your home or wardrobe, at Tagua you are also using your consumer dollar to make a difference for a marginalized artisan. All the goods sold by Tagua are made by people who are disadvantaged. Many are women who are vulnerable to human trafficking. By buying their creations, Tagua shoppers are assuring these artisans the dignity of providing for their households through the work of their hands.

Tagua is a non profit volunteer-run mobile store. So at our September luncheon, rather than bringing donations for the featured non-profit, bring your credit card and you'll have a chance to make your own fashion statement and help women around the world by shopping at Tagua's mobile store.

Invite friends who might be interested and get them to register online.

All registrations for this luncheon must be made online prior to luncheon.

Check in and Networking starts at 11.10 am.

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