Kelly Krauskopf, president and general manager of the WNBA Indiana Fever, will be the keynote speaker at Project Home Indy’s Mother’s Day Brunch. It is presented by community partner Managed Health Services (MHS).
The third annual Boutiques and Brunch Benefit takes place Sunday, May 4 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at The Crane Bay, 551 West Merrill St. in Indianapolis.
This fundraising event is meant to honor and pamper those special women in our lives — moms, grandmas, sisters, aunts and friends who are both mentors and role models.
Krauskopf, the Indiana Fever’s chief operating officer since the franchise was founded in 1999, was named general manager in 2004 and then team president in 2012, when the team won the WNBA championship. She has been a member of the committee to select the women’s roster for the Olympics since 2000 and was in the forefront of the development of the league.
- Boutiques and Brunch Benefit
- For Project Home Indy
- Sunday, May 4
- 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
- The Crane Bay, 551 West Merrill St., Indianapolis
- Browse boutique booths with jewelry, clothing, accessories, novelty candy treats and more. Each boutique will donate 20% of sales to Project Home Indy.
- Individual tickets are $45. This includes brunch, access to the boutiques as well as hear Krauskopf’s inspiring story.
- To register: https://www.wedoauctions.net/phi
Project Home Indy serves homeless teen girls who are pregnant or parenting, focusing on education, life and job skills training and healthcare. This facility provides a safe, structured and supportive environment and helps residents learn to be self-sufficient heads of their own families.
MHS is a client for which the Coles team provides many services, including public relations, media relations and social media outreach. Coles also works with MHS on statewide advertising efforts, both traditional and digital, and develops a variety of creative projects, including branding and logo design, ad design and collateral print materials.Edit this post
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