Cranaleith celebrated its 20th Anniversary at a gala September 27, 2018, at Knowlton Mansion in Northeast Philadelphia.
More than 200 business and nonprofit leaders and philanthropists attended the event. “Tonight gives us the opportunity to celebrate Cranaleith’s first 20 years, the 80 seasons that Cranaleith has been a place of transformation and healing for thousands including those living in poverty, people struggling with addiction and those with mental health issues, said Charlene Flaherty, Cranaleith Executive Director.
Sharmain Matlock-Turner, President and CEO, Urban Affairs Coalition and Maureen H. McCullough, JD, Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Regional Director of Catholic Relief Services received the Catherine McAuley Award. Rose Martin, RSM, Hope Partnership for Education received the Cranaleith Founders Award.
Thank You to Our Sponsors
Sisters of Mercy, Mid-Atlantic Community
Marisa Guerin & Michael Sweeney
Raynier Institute & Foundation
Jim & Teresa Knipper
The Haub School of Business, the Pedro Arrupe Center for Business Ethics and the Office of Veterans Services at Saint Joseph’s University
David and Pat Ripsom
Fred & Joann Trainer
Jeanne & Frank Trainer
Utility Line Services
Karol M. Wasylyshyn
Ann & Hans Ziegler
Bracken Leadership, LLC
Crown Holding, Inc.
Dolly & Hugh Brown
Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School
Gwynedd Mercy University
Independence Blue Cross
Caroyln Hirsch Lindy & Alan Lindy
Maureen Tate-McHugh & Jerry McHugh
Merion Mercy Academy
Neumann Spirituality Group
Philadelphia Theological Seminary of St. Charles
The Honorable Felice R. Stack, Esq.
Steve & Nancy Rauscher
Leo & Debbie Sniger
Bob & Adele Trainer Family
Ed & Dorothy Trainer Family
Frank & Mary Trainer Family
Joseph & Kathleen Trainer Family
Sharmain & Anthony Turner
Urban Affairs Coalition
Karen & Donald Westermann