ALLENTOWN, Pa. - It is a time of uncertainty and change for many organizations.
That's why many non profits in the region are teaming together to advance their missions and connect with the public at the 3rd annual Lehigh Valley Non Profit Awareness Expo.
The event's creator, Joellen Reichenbach. and Allison Lech from Haven House joined WFMZ's Eve Tannery on 69 News at Sunrise to talk about what the expo means for our community.
CLICK HERE to register for the "How to Maximize Your Expo Experience" mixer at Bravo!
(VIDEO CREDIT: ASR Media Productions)
The Coopersburg-based Lily's Hope Foundation provides resources to families that have premature babies. It's a need they say keeps growing in our area.Read More »
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