Giving Has Never Tasted So Good at Sweet Charity 2019


West Chester, PA – Monday, March 25, hundreds of Chester County Community Foundation supporters converged at Whitford Country Club in Exton to sample the best-of-the-best created by Chester County’s finest dessert chefs at Silver Sweet Charity. Attendees had the opportunity to sample ten delicious desserts while meeting, mingling and celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Community Foundation.


The chefs held nothing back for this prestigious competition. The professional culinary judges awarded “Best Dessert” to General Warren for their Vegan Chocolate Raspberry Layer Cake.  “Most Creative” was awarded to Mizuna Catering for the Fried Banana Spring Rolls.  Guests voted John Serock Catering’s Arancini Dolci as their favorite in the “Most Popular” category. The panel of judges included Ken Alan, Main Line Today; Albert Lauber, Neuchatel Chocolates; Laura Muzzi Brennan, County Lines Magazine; and Dee Rogevich, PA Restaurant & Lodging Association.


Chester County Community Foundation Chair of the Board, Tony Morris noted, “Sweet Charity is a wonderful event the Chester County Community Foundation looks forward to each year. We bring together community members, philanthropists, business associates, and friends to share our mission with people who care about causes that matter in our community. We are thankful to the fantastic restaurants and caterers who took the time and energy to contribute their scrumptious desserts, as well as the patrons, sponsors, and volunteers who made the evening a success.”

For more details about Sweet Charity or the Community Foundation’s philanthropic programs, call (610) 696-8211 or visit


About the Chester County Community Foundation

Headquartered in West Chester’s Historic Lincoln Building, the Chester County Community Foundation connects people who care with causes that matter, so their legacy philanthropy makes a difference now and forever.  The Community Foundation holds over $60 million in entrusted assets and annually awards $2.5+ million in grants and scholarships.