Edwardsville’s Chapter Of Little Black Book Donates $1,040 To Edwardsville Community Center On Wednesday

EDWARDSVILLE – The Little Black Book started its newest chapter in Madison County during COVID-19 and it has nine members. The Little Black Book is to address the needs of entrepreneurs and small businesses.

The mission of Little Black Book is empowering women and building community through purposeful networking, self-development and service. On Tuesday at Main Street Community Center in Edwardsville, Little Black Book made a check presentation, donating $1,040 to the nutrition program at the center.

The Little Black Book raffled a purse of at Valentine’s Day, they sold 52 raffle tickets and raised $1,040 for the nutrition program at Main Street Community Center.

Annie Eads, community relations director for Addington Place of Edwardsville, is the community relations liaison for the Madison County chapter of Little Black Book. “I reached out to Sara at Main Street because I knew they had some needs and asked what their biggest need was. That happened to be their nutrition program, so we made it happen.”

“For our meal program, we try to deliver fresh fruit and vegetables to our clients throughout the year, and this donation allows us to help with that and any other things they might need to accompany their meals, we’ve had to cancel our annual trivia night for the last two years and that usually brings in about $20,000 to $25,000,” Berkbigler said.

” We are a local chapter, but it was founded in Wentzville Missouri in 2012, all the chapters consist of Missouri and Madison County. We are the newest chapter. We have 400 members in all the chapters. Our main things are to give back to the community and we do fundraisers.” Lisa Webb President of Little Black Book said

For more information about Little Black Book, visit or call Lisa Webb at 618-407-2513.

Chris Rhodes
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