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"This is a great opportunity for women to make a difference by coming together for charity," said member Jaclyn Brilling. I like the direct connection between these women and nonprofits," said Mary Judd, of Delmar, who runs Songwriting With: Soldiers.
"I want to support local charities and I really like the idea that it's only an hour meeting," Liz Salerni said. Along with the three pitches, they heard an update from the previous meeting's recipient, Lisa Cheney, vice president of the Crandall Foundation.
The charity is named for her sister-in-law, Donna Crandall, who died of cystic fibrosis at age 41 in 1999.
The charity organizes music retreats that pair professional songwriters with veterans and military personnel. 11 meeting, after listening to members make brief pitches on three local charities — The Legal Project, St.
Anne's Institute and the Friendship Circle — the members voted. The Albany charity provides programs for special needs children and their families.One woman said she got interested after she struck up a conversation with a woman working out on a stationary bike next to hers at a local YMCA.