The Fund Announces Launch of 2022 Blueprint Report

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WEST CHESTER, PA — The Fund for Women and Girls will host its 2022 Blueprint Report Launch on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, from 5 pm-6 pm at the Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville. Published every five years, the Blueprint Report is the first and only comprehensive needs assessment of women and girls in Chester County. This fourth edition of the Report highlights pressing issues facing women and girls at the local, state, and national levels, with a deep dive on conditions in Chester County.

The Fund’s 2022 Blueprint Report: Lighting a Path provides critical data to identify areas of progress for women and girls and indicates where additional improvements are still needed. The Report presents data points across eight key areas: Employment and Earnings; Work and Family; Educational Disparities; Poverty and Opportunity; Reproductive Rights; Health and Well-Being; Violence and Safety; and Political Participation.

It underscores progress, challenges, and areas for improvement, with clear action steps for the community on ways to ignite change. Blueprint data can be used for fundraising material, case statements, program and staffing planning, community action, policy-making, and more.

Attendees of the Blueprint Report Launch will:

  • Network and connect with other local leaders and community partners.
  • Learn about the critical data found through the Blueprint Report.
  • Hear from Executive Director Kim Andrews and other subject matter experts about recommendations and collective action steps.
  • Listen to testimonials from local nonprofit leaders about the impact of the Blueprint Report on their work in the community.

Click here to register for the Blueprint Report Launch.

The Fund states that it welcomes all interested community members and supporters to attend the launch event to spark dialogue and ignite change in Chester County for women and girls.

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