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Elizabeth Kane is the President of CharityChicks US, the philanthropic connector for young professionals comprised of young socials, entrepreneurs, and business leaders in Washington, DC. She was named one of DC’s Most Dynamic Women by DC Magazine, and her organization has been featured in Capitol File, The Georgetowner, The Washington Post, NBC, and multiple philanthropy blogs. She is one of DC’s most notable young philanthropists, and devotes her time to working with non-profit leadership to engage the future generation of donors, and help connect them to corporations that will support their mission. She established CharityChicks US as a top fundraiser for rare cancer research, most recently for Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. In addition, she serves as the Chair of the Arts and Education initiatives for CharityChicks US, and Ambassador for The Washington Literacy Center. Elizabeth received her BBA from the George Washington University School of Business. She is an Interior Decorator for The Kellogg Collection, and is pursuing a Masters in Historical Preservation.

A Tokyo Night Contemporaries Bash Benefiting The Phillips Collection

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(Photo Credit: The Phillips Collection)

The Phillips Contemporaries are taking over Dock 5 at Union Market on Friday, May 8 for an evening inspired by Harajuku, Tokyo underground and Japanese pop art! The exhibition will feature Hiroshi Sugimoto: Conceptual Forms and Mathematical Models, which highlights the work of one of Japan’s most important […]

A Novel Event Benefitting The Washington Literacy Center

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(Photo Credit: Alyssa Cowan)

On Thursday, April 23, 2015 The Homer Building will be filled with patrons of The Washington Literacy Center in celebration of their annual spring fundraiser. In the past you may know the event as Love Letters for Literacy, but this year they are putting a new twist on the […]

Charity Meets: Dr. Loveen Bains

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Dr. Bains (Photo Credit: Dr. Loveen Bains)

We had the pleasure of meeting Local Leader, Dr. Loveen Bains to discuss her story, her passions, and her commitment to giving back in the most meaningful ways.

Occupation: Senior Manager at the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and Governance Chair, Board of Directors for […]

Smithsonian at 8 Presents La Grande Fete

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(Photo Credit: Smithsonian at 8)

Do you you miss Paris? Are are you getting ready to take a trip to France, or interested in learning more about French culture? Get ready for La Grande Fete, the closing celebration of the DC Francophonie Cultural Festival presented by Smithsonian At 8 and attended by Washington […]

2015 Pink Tie Party Benefitting The National Cherry Blossom Festival Inc.

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(Photo Credit: Scott Bauer)

Spring is in the air and soon we will be treated to a tidal basin full of blooming cherry blossoms! Join us this Thursday, March 19 for an evening of all things pink in celebration of the National Cherry Blossom Festival. The annual Pink Tie Party is one event […]

Charity Meets: Joe Sprott

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Joe Sprott (Photo Credit: A Muse Photography)

Charity Meets: Joe Sprott


Occupation: Freelance fashion consultant for men in Washington, DC

Twitter Handle: @JRSprott

Instagram: @JRSprott

Motto: Work hard, play hard, live passionately

What are three words that best describe you? Driven, Sarcastic, Stylish

How do you describe being an entrepreneur, social media […]

Washington DC Valentine’s Day Gift Guide 2015

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Small Metallic Bisous Clutch by Calypso St.Barth (photo credit: Calypso)

People are weird about Valentine’s Day. He feels the pressure to please, and she has big ideas of a romantic evening. Luckily, we have selected some fabulous gifts that you can feel good about. If you’re in a relationship, then here are a […]

Sweethearts And Patriots Gala In Washington, DC To Benefit T.A.P.S.


2014 Sweethearts & Patriots Gala (Photo Credit: S.A.R.)

On February 7, 2015 the historic City Tavern Club will be packed with young members of the D.C. Society, Sons of The American Revolution (S.A.R.) and Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R.) to benefit the Tragedy Assistance Program For Survivors (T.A.P.S.). The Annual Sweethearts and […]

Washington, DC Weekend Guide: January 30 – February 1, 2015

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The weather outside may be frightful, but don’t let the winter chill keep you from getting out! Merry making at the National Women’s Museum of Art, “Hustle” at Hierarchy, an independent film screening, and the Super Bowl – what a line-up. So, get up, get dressed, and join us in enjoying all that this […]

Charity Meets: Rebecca Trosset

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(Photo Credit: John Trosset)

Charity Meets: Rebecca Trosset

Philanthropist, Branding Specialist, and Blogger

Have you ever met someone who leaves you feeling inspired and uplifted after every encounter with them? It is very rare to find, but we found her! Mrs. Rebecca Trosset is a young professional on fire in the District, and […]

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