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NAWBO's Cocktails and Connect

  • 12/07/2022
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Cameo Cakery and Cafe, 306 Libbie Avenue, Richmond, VA, 23226
  • 12

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It's the season of giving, and here at NAWBO Richmond, we are always looking for ways to give back to our community. Join us for this exclusive event, where we'll hear from a representative from The Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond about how you and your business can boost your philanthropic efforts. You'll learn:

  • The benefits of charitable work and contributions for small business owners
  • How to best allocate charitable reserves before the end of 2022
  • What to look for when donating to a philanthropic cause

We encourage you to register soon, as only 12 spots are available! 

Thank You for Hosting!

Christina Miller is the owner and innovative mind behind Cameo Cakery & Cafe. Inspired by her mothers passion for making every birthday special by way of her own custom decorated cakes, Christina set out to bring the same passion and tradition that warmed her heart to her children, starting her practice 25 years ago.

With a heart for quality and attention to detail, Christina set out to develop recipes taste-tested to her own standards of top perfection. Before long, her passion had taken flight as a growing side business.

Cameo Cakery and Cafe debuted in 2021, offering a unique menu full of the same quality and detail that has quickly made it a constant go-to for confections. 

Cameo offers an array of sweet and savory treats in addition to a warm, intimate ambiance, friendly staff, and central location in the bustling Libbie-Grove shopping district. Check out their website and be sure to follow Cameo on Facebook and Instagram!

Meet Our Guest Speaker!

Amy Singleton serves as Vice President of Philanthropic Services at the Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond. She works with individuals, families and businesses to create funds that help achieve their philanthropic goals. She also consults with professional advisors in Richmond and shares information about the Foundation’s services that can be helpful to their clients.  In her role, Amy most enjoys meeting with donors to learn about their interests and how the Foundation can be most helpful with their personal philanthropy. We are thrilled to hear from Amy at this event!



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