Members of PINC donated a record $150,000 to anti human-trafficking organization Breaking the Chains this summer. Photo by Ram Reyes

published on November 8, 2019 - 1:58 PM
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Philanthropy Inspired by the Need of the Community (PINC) has selected the recipient for its next fundraising campaign.

The Family Healing Center in north Fresno — a nonprofit that provides care for women and children who are victims, survivors and witnesses of abuse and domestic violence — will benefit from PINC’s 12th major fundraising event in 2020.

This year, PINC raised funds for Breaking the Chains, a local nonprofit dedicated to helping juvenile and adult survivors of human trafficking. The “PINC-Royale” event, which was held in June at Trinity Armenian Church in Downtown Fresno, raised $150,000 — an all-time record for the group.

PINC’s incoming president, Amy Prince, will be running the event. She will be taking over for Ashley Webster, outgoing president for PINC and distribution manager for The Business Journal.

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