16th Annual Moms@Work Event Supports Charlotte Family Housing
Charlotte Parent has selected Charlotte Family Housing as the charitable organization to receive a portion of the proceeds from its 16th annual Moms@Work event. Each year, Charlotte Parent chooses a local nonprofit organization to support, and chose Charlotte Family Housing for its efforts to help homeless families obtain and maintain permanent housing throughout the area.
Charlotte Parent's 16th annual Moms@Work event takes place Friday, Sept. 27 at the Charlotte Convention Center, 501 S. College St., from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. The event features award-winning humor columnist and author Celia Rivenbark, as well as a new half-day format with informative, interactive seminars covering topics from achieving work-life balance to social media tips for business.
Attendees can network with local business leaders and employers, visit vendors, and enjoy a continental breakfast. More than 400 working moms are expected to attend. Moms@Work individual tickets are $35 and can be purchased at CharlotteParent.com.
The program also includes recognition of Carolina Parenting's N.C. Family-Friendly 50 companies that support working parents with work-life balance policies, benefits and innovative programs.
If you would like to attend the event, please contact Rebecca Stoddard for a press pass.
Moms@Work presenting sponsors are Duke Energy, Novant Health and Wells Fargo, with contributing sponsorship from TIAA-CREF.
About Charlotte Parent:
Charlotte Parent is a free monthly parenting publication serving 109,000 families in the metro Charlotte area including Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, York and Union counties, and more than 35,000 monthly guests on CharlotteParent.com and more than 8,500 social network fans. Other Charlotte Parent annual publications include Baby + Toddler, Exceptional Child, GPS | Go. Play. See, and Education guides.
About Carolina Parenting Inc.
Carolina Parenting produces monthly and annual regional publications, digital media resources and websites for parents and others caring for children in each of North Carolina's largest markets: Carolina Parent in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area, Charlotte Parent in the greater Charlotte area, and Piedmont Parent in the Triad. The combined readership for the monthly magazines is more than 293,000. The associated websites are CarolinaParent.com,CharlotteParent.com, PiedmontParent.com and LKNParents.com.