TOMORROW! Let’s shatter a glass ceiling!

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Dear Friends,

I wanted to remind you about tomorrow’s (Monday, Sept. 21) exciting virtual fundraiser at noon. I would love to see you there, as Sen. Marlon Kimpson and I discuss the future of law enforcement reform in Charleston County and how we can work together to keep all South Carolinians safe.

It’s not too late to register to attend!
CONTRIBUTION LEVELS
$100 – Silver Host
$250 – Gold Host
$500 – Platinum Host
Suggested Attendance Donation: $50
Grassroots Supporter: $25

Also, thank you so much to the host committee: Emily Ayers, Donna Barrio, Brinkley Law Firm, Duncan Cheney, Dr. C. Edward Coffey, Timothy Colbert, Jack Cordray, Gregory Forman, Steven Goldberg, Sabrina Grogan, Ed Hawkins, Laree Hensley, John Herrick, Elizabeth Hight, Elizabeth Jordan, Joseph Kaiser, Marlon Kimpson, Kaye Koonce, Taylor Morris, Lizzie Noble, Phil Noble, Suzanne O’Connor, Anthony O’Neill, Eli Poliakoff, Brady Quirk-Garvan, Elizabeth Rackoff, Dr. Georgia Roane, Sarji Law Firm, Gary Smith, Debra Stokes, Julianne Stokes, Elizabeth Stringer, Monica Waldron, Janet Watts, Mark Whisenant, Roy Willey

See you tomorrow,
Kristin

PS: A Zoom link will be e-mailed to you the morning of the event.

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