BSC is "Back in Black" to support women and children in our community

 Sep 17 2019
BSC is "Back in Black" to support women and children in our community
BSC is proud to once again be participating in the Little Black Dress Campaign, a poverty awareness event led by United Way's Women United. During the week of Sept. 16-19, the BSC team "BSC Back in Black" will be wearing the same little black dress every day to demonstrate the effects poverty can have on one's access to resources, confidence and the ability to obtain employment, while raising funds for women and children in the community. The team has set a fundraising goal of $3,000.

"BSC Back in Black" team members are Janell Cambell, Karen Nathe, Jessie Meckle, Juanita Lee, Ellie Schockley and BSC President Larry Skogen who doesn't have a little black dress but rather is donning a black dress suit for the week because he feels so strongly about the cause.

For more information about United Way's Women United Little Black Dress campaign, its mission and how to help women and children in our community fighting to rise out of poverty, visit the United Way's event page.