On October 30th in Purchase, New York, PWC Founder Jonathan Kalin shared the stage with 3-time Gold Medalist Swimmer and Title IX Civil Rights Attorney, Nancy Hogshead-Makar at the My Sister’s Place Luncheon.
In front of a crowd of over 350, Kalin shared his story creating the Party With Consent movement dating back to when his father died suddenly in a car accident when he was 12 years-old. Kalin explained, “After my father died, I subconsciously learned a lot about gender. I saw my mother debunk every myth that a widowed woman needs a man to complete her and had to learn what it meant to be a ‘man’ on my own.”
At the end of the event, Kalin shared that every person who made a donation to My Sister’s Place would get a Party With Consent tank in return. The response was overwhelmingly positive with volunteers running out of certain sizes of the tanks.
To learn more about the event check out this article in the Mount Vernon Inquirer (http://www.mvinquirer.com/my-sistersamprsquo-place-hosts-annual-fall-luncheon-ampldquoimpactamprdquo.html).