Our 12th annual Women in Philanthropy Luncheon at the Crocker Art
Museum on November 4th was a packed house. Our keynote Dolvett
Quince inspired the sold out crowd and the fashion show was once
again a hit. Thank you to everyone who took part in shaping the
future of our community’s foster youth!
Presenting seven of the models for the 12th Annual Women in
Philanthropy Luncheon Fashion Show! Each foster youth will get to
shop at Macy’s with a stylist to choose an outfit to wear on the
runway. This outfit is theirs to keep thanks to the generous
foster youth ensemble sponsors!
Dolvett Quince is a force of nature. As a veteran health and
fitness expert and one of the trainers on The Biggest Loser,
Quince has dedicated himself to “helping people change their
lives, one rep at a time.”
At the podium, Quince shares his powerful story that began as a
child along with his three siblings in the foster care system,
and led him to become of America’s most beloved fitness experts.
He opens up about his thoughts on the foster care system, how it
helped shape his life, and imparts the power of positive thinking
to improve overall wellness. During his early years working as a
trainer at the YMCA, he noticed that by helping his clients shape
their bodies, he was also improving their self-esteem, creating
an overall desire for better health. Believing in the importance
of reshaping one’s self mentally to transform physically is
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