FCA Honors Long Island Women in Philanthropy

FCA Honors Long Island Women in Philanthropy
(left to right) FCA’s VP & CFO Mary Ann Vassallo; Events and Special Projects Manager Nicole Flannery; VP & Chief Human Resources Officer Angela Montemarano; honoree Domenique Camacho Moran, Farrell Fritz; Rising Star honoree Mia Monzidelis; FCA’s VP and COO Lisa Burch; VP & Chief Development Officer Craig Pinto; FCA Board Chair Drew Crowley, and President and CEO Dr. Jeffrey L. Reynolds. (Photo courtesy of the FCA)

In celebration of Women’s History Month, FCA, one of Long Island’s largest human services agencies, held its first Long Island Women in Philanthropy breakfast and fashion show. FCA honored the vision of founding mother Louisa Lee Schuyler, a great-granddaughter of Alexander Hamilton, and two modern-day philanthropists, Farrell Fritz partner Domenique Camacho Moran and 11-year old inventor Mia Monzidelis. More than 100 supporters attended the event, filling the room with a palpable buzz of good cheer in honor of Camacho Moran, Monzidelis, FCA staff and consumers who modeled fashions, and women who are making history every day, working to help others and themselves achieve their potential and strengthen themselves and others in their community.

About FCA

FCA is a not-for-profit agency helping more than 30,000 Long Islanders each year. For more than 135 years, the organization has worked to protect and strengthen vulnerable children, seniors, families, and communities on Long Island.

FCA believes in the potential of Long Island – a place where no child, senior, family or community is left to struggle alone with barriers to health care, education, employment, or economic prosperity. Long Island continues to be one of the greatest places in the world to live and raise a family for many; FCA exists to ensure that be the case for all.

For more information about FCA, visit FCALI.org.

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