Street Beat: Easy As Pie Fundraising

This week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani talks with Kim Kovelle, the Managing Editor of Metro Parent Magazine and Jennifer Burke, Senior Marketing Manager of the Michigan Education Savings Program about their Cover Kids Contest that gives a college savings account to a cute kid.

Then, Chief Executive Officer, Amy Good of Alternatives for Girls and Janet McAuliffe, this year’s recipient of the Champion Role Model Award joins Lisa to discuss how they’re helping homeless and high-risk girls avoid violence, teen pregnancy and exploitation.

Finally, Linda Petty shows how her Elizabeth Jeans Pie Kits can make fundraising as easy as pie.

Kim Kovelle, Metro Parent Magazine (credit: CW50)

Kim Kovelle, Metro Parent Magazine (credit: CW50)

Amy Good, Chief Executive Officer Alternatives For Girls and Janet McAuliffe 2016 Role Model Awardee (credit: CW50)

Amy Good, Chief Executive Officer
Alternatives For Girls and Janet McAuliffe 2016 Role Model Awardee (credit: CW50)

Linda Petty EJPie Kits (credit: CW50)

Linda Petty EJPie Kits (credit: CW50)

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