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COA Named Champion for 2016

COA Named Champion for 2016

Sherry Graffagnino , Owner of Molto Bella Boutique

Named Community Champion 2016 by Council on Aging

Council on Aging (COA) is honored to recognize the significant contributions made to its mission by Sherry Graffagnino, owner of Molto Bella Boutique. A non-profit recognizes when one of its donors demonstrates a true heart for its mission. Such is the case with Sherry Graffagnino.  For over 4 years, she has literally “raided” her own boutique to supply our auctions and major fundraising events with the highest quality jewelry, fragrances, entertainment service wear and décor items.  She donates her time, her talent and her treasures to help insure that the neediest elderly citizens of Volusia County are not overlooked. 

For many organizations, direct monetary contributions are the gifts we focus our time and energy on. At Council on Aging (COA), we are proud to focus this year’s National Philanthropy Day nomination on an avid supporter who has given significant in-kind donations and made a difference in this community.

COA is just one of many worthy charities that Sherry supports.  Her heart and passion to be a force of positive change drives her philanthropy. We are grateful to her and grateful for her. As a small business owner, she has set the bar high in her support and her commitment rivals that of larger corporations in her support of our community.

It is a great honor to be able to recognize Sherry Graffagnino as COA’s  2016 Community Champion.

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