WEE, Inc was founded in 2010 to work with and support immigrants and refugee women and their families.
Lona Frongillo was honored at the second annual dinner as one of the co-founders of WEE, along with Fatou Fatty, for her contributions and continued willingness to make a difference in the lives of so many people.
Lona Frongillo was the president for 2 1/2 years and then resigned to help with other non- profit organizations. Lona has been a mainstay at the Revere Public Library Childrens’ Room for many years and has been a member of many Revere civic organizations including the Rumney Marsh Burial Grounds Fundraising Committee, Revere Historical Society, to Revere on the Move and so many more.
Fatou is now working for the Revere Public School and the City as the Coordinator for Revere Community School and continue to serve as a board member for Women Encouraging Empowerment Inc.
Margie Serrano, Gisabel Horta and Atty. Daniel Occena also received awards for their contribution for their service to WEE as past Board members. There were many people in attendance there was Music, dancing and amazing entertainment.
Genki Spark performed at the Event. Genki Spark and WEE are both grantees of Boston Women’s Fund.
Lona Frongillo (center) shown with Mayor Rizzo and other city officials and
Sheriff of Suffolk County Stephen Tompkins.