“I feel lucky to have met a group of such passionate young people who truly care about issues around them and are eager to become part of the solution. We all work hard together to support Horizons but have a lot of fun in the process! As a PAL, I can see first hand the positive impact that Horizons has on the lives of children affected by homelessness – supporting that mission in any way I can is important to me.” -Mariel Mauss, P.L.A.Y. Network Co-chair, PAL, Donor
What is the P.L.A.Y. Network Young Professionals Network Group and Committee?
The Professional Leaders Advocating for Youth (P.L.A.Y.) Network is a diverse group of emerging leaders dedicated to making a real difference in our local communities as representatives of Horizons. Through fundraising, advocating, and relationship-building, we increase awareness and create opportunities to help homeless children and families. Join our e-mail list today for:
- Invitations to Events
The P.L.A.Y. Leadership Committee hosts multiple events per year in-person and virtually including Trivia, March Madness and a Summer Kickoff! Each event is a great chance to network with a group of like-minded individuals who are passionate about Horizons’ mission.
- Advocacy Updates
Calls to action to contact your legislators and decision makers regarding policies and legislation that affect homeless children and their families.
- Community Service Opportunities
P.L.A.Y. Network Leadership Committee
Members of the P.L.A.Y. Network’s Leadership Committee make a formal commitment to take the lead in organizing in-person and virtual events, fundraising, advocating, and creating awareness. The P.L.A.Y Network is currently compromised of 27 dedicated members that include 3 co-chairs as our leaders.
Ellie DiBenedetto, co-chair
Gigi Flynn, co-chair
Jared Robichaud*, co-chair
*Current PAL Volunteer
A Special Thank You
Join the P.L.A.Y. Network
By signing up, you will receive invitations to upcoming events, information on volunteer opportunities, and calls to action to contact your legislators and decision makers regarding policies and legislation that affect homeless children and their families.