PITTSBURGH, PA., March. 15, 2018 – ProspHire, a woman-owned and rapidly growing healthcare management consulting firm, exceeded their goal to raise $30k for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania’s annual “Kiss a Pig” campaign.
ProspHire principals, Lauren and Chris Miladinovich raised over $35k for the campaign and took the stage at the Sheraton Station Square last night to victory kiss their own domestic mini pig Nola, who also bestowed kisses on runners up from PNC and the LaRosa Club of McKeesport. ProspHire served as the platinum sponsor of the fourth annual Great Futures Gala, and Lauren and Chris are well on their way to meet their commitment to help the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania raise $1 million (with Nola) through the “Kiss a Pig” campaign. To date, the campaign has raised $306k.
Lauren and Chris have supported the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania for many years. The two were honored with the organization’s 2017 Commitment to Youth Award and were also recognized at the 2017 Celebration of Champions event for their, “remarkable leadership, inspiring community achievement and extraordinary entrepreneurial spirit” in the healthcare industry.
ProspHire is a woman-owned and rapidly growing management consulting firm that focuses on healthcare strategy and project delivery. Founded on the core value of relationships, with the goal to “prosper together,” ProspHire partners with clients to identify and solve their most significant people, process and technology challenges. The Pittsburgh-based company has a deep experience in healthcare, and proficiency helping clients define and execute medium to large-scale enterprise initiatives that deliver results. ProspHire specializes in strategy, project delivery and strategic resourcing for healthcare companies. They also create and deliver healthcare-specific mobile applications. www.prosphire.com
About Boys & Girls Club of Western Pennsylvania
Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania is a non-profit organization that is part of a national network of Boys & Girls Clubs united in this mission: “To inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens of their community, America, and the world.” The agency is governed by an active and engaged Board of Directors with a formal committee structure representing a cross section of community leaders. Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania began their service to the young people of our community in 1888, and currently serves over 7,600 children and young people between the ages of 5-18 years old. The long-standing history of successful service to youth in the community sets the organization apart from others. Staff and volunteers operate year-round programs in eight neighborhoods throughout Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. www.bgcwpa.org