Congresswoman Walorski joins Bipartisan Philanthropy Caucus
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- US Representative Jackie Walorski, R-District 2, has been named the Co-Chair of the Bipartisan Philanthropy Caucus that works to encourage charitable giving and fighting poverty.
“Having spent four years working as a missionary in Romania, I have seen the transformative power of philanthropy and charity firsthand. I’m honored to chair the bipartisan Philanthropy Caucus and work with my colleagues to find solutions to encourage charitable giving and help lift people out of poverty and up the economic ladder," Walorski said in a press release.
“Congresswoman Walorski hails from Indiana, where philanthropic organizations have made an impact in countless communities, bringing innovative solutions to issues like education and community development. She knows firsthand the power of philanthropy, and we look forward to working with her on issues important to the sector," said Vikki Spruill, the CEO and President of Council on Foundations, in a press release.
Congresswoman Walorski also serves as a member of the House Ways and Means Committee.