Picture YOUR 2nd Act!

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What an amazing night!

 

We awarded our inaugural A 2nd Act grants …
we mixed and mingled with sister survivors …
and we ALL pictured our 2nd Acts!

 

Take a look at the gallery below. And feel free to share the photos with everyone you know!

 
 
For all that fun, we thank our wonderful partners:

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