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“We have dueling pianos for our entertainment, we have Elvis making an appearance and it’s going to be a great evening,” says Ashley Webster with PINC Royale.
They call themselves PINC, philanthropy inspired by the needs of our community, and behind the glitz and glam are a group of women who believe in giving back.
“It is the heartbeat the philanthropic heartbeat of the community being represented through them,” says Debra Rush with Breaking the Chains.
PINC was founded 11 years ago with a clear mission, support and champion the nonprofit organizations in our community who are helping women and children.
“There are so many great organizations within our community that we do want to support and for PINC, yes each year we highlight one nonprofit, we throw a big fundraiser for them,” Rush says.
President, Ashley Webster says, the women of PINC come from all different backgrounds but have the same purpose. They’ve volunteered for countless hours and raised thousands of dollars for organizations such as Holy Cross Center for Women, Heart of the Horse Therapy Ranch and Catholic Charities.
“It’s so important to these groups, they work hard and we see their hard work. we want to acknowledge that and we want to help them out as much as we can,” Rush explains.
This year’s beneficiary was Breaking the Chains, an organization dedicated to helping victims of human trafficking. The support was overwhelming for founder Debra Rush, a survivor of human trafficking.