Giving Gals

Formed in 2008, One Hundred Women Making a Difference has donated more than $250,000 to college-bound students and non-profits in the Northern New Jersey area. This year’s awards dinner was hosted at the Bernards Inn in Bernardsville.


Scholarship recipient Diarra White, second from right, with her great aunt Janet Harris, left, and parents Daryl and Deborah White. RIGHT: Heather Cammisa, president of St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center, second from left, accepts a grant. Also pictured from left: Karen O’Connell, Erika Mathews and Joan Sabatino, founder of One Hundred Women Making a Difference.


Save the Date
October 3 and 4:
Fashion & Beauty Week boasts runway shows featuring seasoned and emerging designers, a full cocktail dinner, wine tastings, a beauty bar and more. Grab the girls and snag your tickets fast at fashionandbeautyweek.com. Proceeds benefit the Diabetes Research Institute.



Diddy, right, on the red carpet with Ralph Cestone, co-owner of 4Sixty6. RIGHT: From left, George Smith, co-owner of 4Sixty6; celebrity deejay DJ ProStyle; and Vince Carroll, owner of Vegas Style Entertainment.

Close to Home

The More Than Me Foundation, established by Bernardsville
native Katie Meyler, raises funds to rescue young orphaned girls from the dangerous streets of Liberia and place them
in safe school environments.


Kelly Ketterson, Megan McDowell, Katie Borghese and Meyler host a fund-raiser at the Borghese residence in Bernardsville. Each sponsor’s pledge of $250 will pay for one Liberian girl’s full year of tuition, books, shoes, uniforms, and school lunches. To book a speaking engagement with founder Katie Meyler, visit morethanme.org.


Katie Meyler holds a young Liberian child.

Pampering 101

At New Jersey Monthly’s “Girls Day Out,” sponsored by Allergan, guests indulged in makeovers, massages, energy
healing and more. A portion of ticket sales benefited Project Ladybug.


Publisher Kate Tomlinson, left, with author Lisa Oz, who spoke on “Transforming Ourselves and the Relationships That Matter Most,” and sifu Karl Romain.

 


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