Many thanks and much appreciation to everyone for your support, sponsorships, contributions, and donations that made our 2021 Matty Muir event successful. This year, we did not give awards.
Seeing everyone in person, after over a year, warmed our hearts as we exchanged greetings and connected with friends, supporters, colleagues, board members, volunteers, staff, and their families.
We extend our gratitude and appreciation to everyone who attended the event and those listed below.
Comcast via Marc Rockford
McBrien, Montalto & Stern Law Firm
Barri Beckman & Melissa Avivi (Compass Realtor)
Saltz, Mongeluzzi & Bendesky, P.C.
Laffey Bucci & Kent LLP
Innovation & Exploration LLP
Dr. Yvonne Kaye
🛍️ Items for Mystery Bags donated by
National Constitution Center
Top of the Rock
Five Saints Distillery in Norristown
Morey's Pier in Wildwood, NJ
The Franklin Institute
Academy of Natural Sciences
Eastern State Penitentiary
The Body Shop
Jeff & Nancy Briggs
Dr. Shelley Goodman
Mary Southern Realtor / Remax440
🌺 Nurseries and Garden Shops that Donated Plants for the Container Sale
Miller's Greenhouse in Collegeville
Ott's Exotic Plants in Schwenksville
My Achin' Back Garden Center in Sanatoga
Wojton's Nursery in Collegeville
⛺ Pop-Up Tents Donated by
Jeff and Nancy Briggs
A to Z Party Rentals in Montgomeryville
We encourage everyone to patronize the above mentioned business and establishments that supported our event.
Special thanks goes to Maria E. Tobin, Senior Graphic Designer, Stradley Ronon for designing the graphics for the invitation and the planning committee for their outstanding work.
We hope everyone enjoyed the delicious lunch prepared by the chefs at the historic William Penn Inn.
Visit our website and social media platforms for the date of our 2022 Matty Muir event which will be exciting and fun filled.
Thank you for helping us empower people.
All the best,
Mary Onama, LMSW
Executive Director, Victim Services Center of Montgomery County, Inc.
🏳️🌈 PS: June is Pride Month and we are proud to offer Pride for Kids on June 16, 23, and 30. These are online events for children ages 5-7 and their families. VSC Education Supervisor Jessica Carson will read books and host discussions about identity, empathy, and more.