Marching into Spring!
In this month’s newsletter, we’re thrilled to highlight some exciting developments from our agency and partners!

From Mesirow’s impactful fundraisers and a spirited ping-pong tournament to WSIA’s U40 outstanding contribution and a new partnership, the past month has been brimming with noteworthy events. We’re also delighted to recognize the stellar support of Publicis Sapient.

As we gear up for the May 10th Gala, we’re hard at work ensuring it’s a memorable event. Meanwhile, Child Thrive has been bustling with activity, from baking competitions to spring mini-camps and beyond.

With April promising even more excitement, stay tuned for updates and news.

Join us in perusing the highlights of this eventful month below, and stay tuned for a glimpse of what lies ahead.

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Upcoming Public Events

  • Thursday, April 25, 7:00 – 9:00 pm: WGirls Paint & Sip Fundraiser
  • Friday, May 10, 6:30 – 10:30 pm: Champions Gala
  • Sunday, August 4: Fourth Annual Pickleball Tournament – details coming.
  • Saturday, September 14: First Annual Cornhole Tournament – details coming.
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Mesirow – Ping-Pong Anyone?
What a fantastic Ping-Pong tournament hosted by our friends at Mesirow for CPA! Kudos to Ellie Forman and the Peer Connect group for leading the charge. Congratulations to champion Blake Olsen for winning the prestigious Norman Trophy! Huge thanks to Team Mesirow for their continuous support since CPA’s inception. Let’s keep the momentum going as we make a difference in the lives of children and families!

Mesirow Ping Pong

WSIA U40 Partnership
Huge thanks to WSIA U40 for their incredible support! Their generous contribution of over $45K in unrestricted funding is a game-changer for us. Children’s Place Association’s President & CEO, Cinaiya Stubbs, shared our mission at their 2024 Underwriter’s Summit in Phoenix, Arizona, emphasizing our commitment to creating a sustainable impact.

“In a landscape where funding often comes with tight restrictions, this $45K+ in unrestricted support opens up exciting possibilities for innovation and addressing the unmet needs of our community,” said Cinaiya. “We’re thrilled about the opportunities this creates for us to serve even better and look forward to seeing WSIA members in Chicago this October!”