RCA Grantee Luncheon | June 6
Monday, June 6, 2022 — 11:30 am
The Rest Cottage Association cordially invites you to attend our annual luncheon honoring the 2022 RCA grant recipients.
“Planting the Seeds of Kindness”
A celebration of what kindness to others can achieve —
RCA helping the LA community through grants and volunteerism
The Rest Cottage Association (RCA) is the oldest philanthropic organization operating within the Ebell of Los Angeles. This will be your opportunity to meet and honor representatives of this year’s 16 RCA grantee organizations who share our mission and work continually to achieve it. Ebell members will have a chance to show their appreciation for all the outstanding work they do and representatives from three of the charities will share their stories.
Norayma Cabot, Executive Director of first-time grantee, LA Center for Law and Justice, will speak about their holistic, client-centered approach to helping survivors of assault. They meet all their clients’ needs, including legal and police-related issues.
Nancy Allen, Executive Director of a returning grantee, WeSPARK Cancer Support Center (and an Ebell member), will speak about the wide range of services they offer. These include nutritional and crisis counseling, alternative healing, online support groups, online yoga/mindfulness, and community resources.
We also are honored to have Lorraine Morland with us, a former client of another returning grantee, the Good Shepherd Center for Women and Children/Farley House. She will share with us her experiences and explain how the Good Shepherd Center paved the way to a new life.
Please join us to celebrate these impressive organizations and enjoy the company of other Ebell members for a lovely spring lunch.
The Ebell of Los Angeles requires all members and guests to be fully vaccinated and up to date to attend in-person programs. “Fully vaccinated and up to date” is defined as having had a primary series of vaccinations plus a booster (if eligible) and being at least two weeks past the booster dose. Guests must bring ID and proof of vaccination to every event to enter. Special accommodations will be made for those who have a medical or religious exemption. For those with exemptions, The Ebell of Los Angeles will need the following three items on record:
- A note from a doctor or religious leader
- Negative PCR test within 48 hrs. of event
- Rapid Antigen test taken onsite (provided by the Ebell for an additional $15 cost)
Medical grade masks are optional but still strongly recommended.
$35 per person
11:30 am PT
If you have questions about this event, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
741 South Lucerne Boulevard
FREE parking: East Lot across from entrance