Traditional Home Magazine Honors Project Night Night Founder
Kendra Stitt Robins as Classic Women of the Year
On November 8, 2011, Project Night Night Founder Kendra Stitt Robins was one of five women
honored at an event held by Traditional Home as part of its seventh annual “Classic Woman
Awards. ”The magazine’s 4.6 million readers nominated women from across the country who
are making a positive difference in their communities. Editor-in-Chief Ann Omvig Maine and
Natalie Morales of NBC’s “Today” show co-hosted a special award ceremony luncheon at the
Mandarin Oriental hotel in New York City.
In the News
May 15, 2013-- Project Night Night and No More Poverty reach our nation's homeless children
May 1, 2013 -- BabyZone courtesy of Disney calls Project Night Night one of 10 Great Charities
March 8, 2013 -- Parent Society, Luv's Diapers and Project Night Night Team Up to do Good
January 16, 2013 -- Federal Express awards $5,000 to Project Night Night in Small Business Contest
September 16, 2012 -- Salesforce.com Partners with Project Night Night for Dreamforce 2012
July 27, 2012 -- National Association of Federal Credit Unions Partners with Project Night Night
May 30, 2012 -- Georgetown Alumna Brings Comfort to Homeless Children in Shelters
October 31, 2011 -- Traditional Home Magazine Names Kendra Stitt Robins "Classic Woman" of 2011
July 22, 2011 -- Project Night Night and San Francisco Giants’ Families Gather Together to Help Homeless Children in the Bay Area
May 20, 2011 -- Project Night Night Wins $10,000 Grant from Charles Schwab in Charity Contest
June 29, 2009 -- Kendra Stitt Robins of Project Night Night Named "All Star" in PEOPLE Magazine and MLB Contest "All Stars Among Us"
June 29, 2009 -- San Francisco Giants Name "All Star Among Us" Winner as Project Night Night Founder, Kendra Stitt Robins
Additional Press Releases
Feedback video from shelters and Night Night package recipients 2012-2013
Major League Basebal and PEOPLE Magazine Honor Project Night
Major League Baseball and PEOPLE announced the 30 winners of the "All-Stars Among Us"
campaign, which spotlighted people who have gone above and beyond to serve their
communities. Kendra Stitt Robins represented the San Francisco Giants for her work with
Project Night Night. Robins and the rest of the winners were honored during the televised
pregame ceremony at the July 2009 MLB All-Star Game in St. Louis, at which President Barack
Obama threw out the ceremonial first pitch.
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