Tribute to Marciene

ASAP founder and board chair Marciene Mattleman speaks at the event held in her honor. Featured guests from left to right are School District Superintendent Dr. William Hite, former U.S. Ambassador Joe Torsella,  Mayor Wilson Goode, Mayor Michael Nutter. Speaker Governor Ed Rendell not pictured. 

 On May 27th, Mayor Nutter and ASAP joined forces with Mayor Wilson Goode, Governor Ed Rendell, and former U.S. Ambassador Joe Torsella for a special tribute to ASAP’s founder and tireless advocate for children, Marciene Mattleman, as she prepares to step down as ASAP’s board chair. In front of a crowd of more than 100 family, friends, and colleagues, these dignitaries celebrated Marciene’s legacy perhaps best described by Mayor Goode: "one of the most unselfish, dedicated public servants" in the history of Philadelphia.

The tribute also served as the formal announcement of the Marciene Mattleman Founder’s Fund, ASAP’s effort to honor Marciene’s legacy by raising $500,000 to support safe and enriching after school programs for young people throughout the city. 

To join the efforts in helping us honor Marciene and provide activities that teach important skills and broaden horizons for more than 5,000 kids in Philadelphia, please visit our donation page by clicking here.

To learn more about our tribute to Marciene, check out the following articles from: CBS PhillyThe NotebookNewsworksThe Daily News, and The Inquirer.

 

 

Thank you again for helping us celebrate our champion, Marciene Mattleman.

 

Apgar-Black Foundation Bill and Debbie Becker
Hollenstein Foundation
     
   

 

ASAP thanks everyone who has contributed to the Founder’s Fund, including the following major individual and family foundation donors:

Rachel Cohan Albert

Cidney Alexander
Joshua Averill
Avery Foundation
Eileen Bazelon
Phyllis and Aaron Beck
Sally Bergwerk
Barbara and Edwin Berkowitz
Guy and Lorraine Biscardi
Jean Bodine
Bradley & Bradley Associates
Sheila Brown
Burke Family Foundation
Daniel and Mary Butler
Susan and Cummins Catherwood
Barbara Cohen
Norman Cohn
Frances Connolly
Caitlin Coslett
Barbara Davidson
Michael DiBerardinis
Reni Ellis
Nancy and George Ennis
JoAnne Epps
Exude Inc.
J.D. Faucher
Leonard Feldman
Marie Field
s. David Fineman
Esther Fox
Martin Friedman
Alan and Carol Fuchs
Elizabeth Gemmill
Wendy Glazer
E. Bunny Glick
Mary Goldman
Juliet Goodfriend
Rosemarie Greco and Anne Morrissey
Mary Bert Gutman
Bill and Debbie Haggett
Marcia Halbert
Robert Hall
Irene Hannan
Megan Hess Homeier
Jean and Lon Homeier
The Honickman Foundation
Howard Hurtig
Bob Jobin
Michael and Constance Kean
Leonard and Susan Klehr
Marilyn Kutler
Michael Lehr
Morton Levine
Moshe Litman and Sheila O'Boyle
Anita and Peter Lockhart
Matthew and Denise Markey
Anna Masny
Dante Massi
Jon Mattleman and Wendy Rundle
Leslie Anne Miller and Richard Worley
Michael Mustakoff
John Langan and Judy Nadell
Antonia Neubauer
Brian Pollock
Eileen Risler
David Sachs
Samuel Mandell Foundation
Linda Katz Schleifer
Patricial and Steve Segal
Judiith Von Seldeneck
Smukler-Lasch Family Trust
Abby Spector
Michael and Leslie Stiles
Adelaide Sugerman
Lloyd and Lamonte Tepper
Martha Toll
Mindi Vogel
Debra Weiner
Alfred Whitman
Deborah Williams
Daniel Wofford
Shelly Yanoff

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