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                                                                                    For Immediate Release


                  HONOREES AND NEW CO-CHAIRS ANNOUNCED FOR
                   THE 10TH ANNUAL “WOMEN WHO CARE” LUNCHEON
               BENEFITTING UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF NEW YORK CITY
                AT CIPRIANI 42ND STREET THURSDAY, MAY 5 IN NEW YORK

         ROBIN GIVENS & PAULA ZAHN are new Co-Chairs of “Women Who Care”

                          2011 Women Who Care Honorees will be:
                    LAUREN BUSH - Model/Designer/Philanthropist;
                ROXANNE MANKIN CASON - Entrepreneur/Philanthropist;
                 CAROLEE FRIEDLANDER - Entrepreneur/Philanthropist;
               PETRA NEMCOVA - Entrepreneur/Philanthropist/Supermodel;
                THE TRUSH FAMILY – Founders/Daniels Music Foundation

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – Loreen Arbus, Founder & Chair of Women Who Care and
Edward R. Matthews, CEO of United Cerebral Palsy of New York City, are pleased to
announce the honorees for The Diamond Anniversary Women Who Care Luncheon to
benefit United Cerebral Palsy of New York City. The event will be held on Thursday, May
5th, at Cipriani 42nd Street. Women Who Care celebrates the accomplishments of women as
caregivers, volunteers and professionals. The event will be hosted by Donna Hanover, former
First Lady of New York City.

The event has become a New York Tradition and last year generated worldwide media
attention.

        Honorees for The 10th Annual Women Who Care Luncheon on May 5th will be:
       Lauren Bush , Model/Designer/Philanthropist, Founder, President & CEO, FEED
        Projects.
       Roxanne Mankin Cason, Philanthropist/Entrepreneur, Chair and Chief Executive Officer,
        Cason Family Foundation.
       Carolee Friedlander, Founder, Former CEO, Carolee Designs, and Founder, CEO
        AccessCircles.
       Petra Nemcova, Author/Philanthropist/Supermodel - Founder & Chair of The Happy
        Hearts Fund.
       The Trush Family Founder’s of Daniel’s Music Foundation will be presented with The
        Karen Hansen Caregiver Award.
This year, Robin Givens & Paula Zahn will be two new Co-Chairs of Women Who Care.
All honorees and both co-Chairs Robin Givens & Paula Zahn will be attending the event.

The event has become a New York Tradition and last year generated worldwide media
attention. “Women Who Care was created to honor female role models representing various
segments of the community,” said Loreen Arbus, Founder & Chair of Women Who Care. “It is
a celebration of women who have deep concern for others and are passionately committed to
giving back. Their extraordinary accomplishments and great character have inspired women
around the world to achieve their full potential."

UCP/NYC is one of America’s most established charities helping children and adults with
disabilities throughout New York City. UCP/NYC currently serves more than 14,000 individuals
and family members through more than 75 programs. The Mission of United Cerebral Palsy of
New York City is to create opportunities for people with disabilities to lead independent and
fulfilling lives.

Celebrity Presenters for the star-studded event will be announced next month. Last year’s
Women Who Care Celebrity Presenters included Cynthia Nixon, Meredith Vieira, Jimmy
Smits, Alan Rickman, Robin Givens, Paula Zahn, Dr Mehmet Oz and many other stars.

Women Who Care is produced by Wm. White Associates LLC.

For more information on the 10th Annual Women Who Care Luncheon benefitting UCP/NYC,
go to: www.ucpnyc.org or call: 212-683-6700 ext. 205.

For press information, contact James Grant or Matt Flynn at James@jamesgrantpr.com or (917)
626-1300.


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