From Thompson and Bender: Pleasantville-based nonprofit Hope’s Door held its Annual Fall Luncheon on Friday, Oct. 11 at the Renaissance Westchester Hotel in White Plains during National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
With the theme “Broadway Matinee,” the charitable organization “shined a spotlight” on domestic violence while bringing together the “glitz and glamour” of Broadway.
Family attorney and advocate Alayne Katz shared her own personal story of domestic violence. She is well-known throughout the county as a dedicated lawyer who represents clients in all areas of family law.
Tony-nominated and Emmy Award-winning Actress Liz Calloway and Conductor and Musical Director Susan Anderson performed during the event.
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