Boston Area Marketing Firm Hosts International Women’s Day Event in Support of Women Build 2016
(Westborough, MA) – PENTA Communications, Inc. joins Habitat for Humanity’s mission to eliminate poverty by participating in its Women Build 2016 program, hosted by Habitat for Humanity® MetroWest/Greater Worcester (MWGW).
On Tuesday, March 8, 2016, PENTA will host an event in recognition of International Women’s Day in which the firm will bring together female leaders in support of the Women Build 2016 initiative. Women Build 2016 is a program of Habitat for Humanity’s National Women Build Week. This event, which will take place at the PENTA building located at 208 Turnpike Road at 8 AM, will host a breakfast and featured speaker Bonnie Biocchi, Director of Development of the MWGW Habitat for Humanity.
“We are looking forward to celebrating all women on International Women’s Day,” said Deborah Penta, CEO of PENTA Communications, Inc. “Hosting this event gives our firm an opportunity to pay it forward by inspiring others to help a charitable organization that supports women through the creation of homes to build stronger communities. We are truly delighted to participate in and look forward to Women Build 2016 and to doing our part, together with our clients and company partners, to make a difference in the lives of others.”
Women Build empowers women in the effort to eliminate poverty by building homes and communities. Habitat for Humanity MWGW aims to have at least a 75% female participation on the build sites between May 3rd and May 14th.
PENTA will send a team of female business leaders from the event with a sponsored team led by Deborah Penta, CEO and Susan Murdock, Director of Client Services.
PENTA has been a vested community stakeholder and contributed to the betterment of our Commonwealth for nearly three decades. The firm has raised and contributed over $2 million to support nonprofit organizations, is a member of the United Nations Global Compact, and believes in improving the lives of others in an effort to foster a better future.
PENTA, a steadfast supporter of the economic and educational advancement of women, recognizes the growing number of female heads of households and single mothers struggling to provide for their families. The marketing firm will join the ranks of thousands of women volunteers, and homeowners nationwide to build homes and hope for women in need.
“It’s essential that today’s leaders, whether in business or in the community, lead by example and inspire action to make a difference by doing their part in providing people with the tools to succeed. This involves education, skills training, and teaching people how to move up and out of poverty,” said Penta.
For decades, PENTA has been helping to build stronger communities through its involvement in supporting schools, cities, and townships.
“There are a myriad of ways to assist people in poverty,” said Penta. “As we strive to expand our reach to make a positive difference in the future of our planet, initiatives such as Women Build 2016 provide a means to that goal and accentuate the power of collaboration.”