The Younger Women's Task Force: DC Metro Chapter
cordially invites you to the
4th Annual Cheers to Choices
DATE: Thursday, June 9th
LOCATION: Stewart R. Mott House, located at 122 Maryland Avenue, NE, Washington, DC 20002. (The Stewart R. Mott House is wheelchair accessible.)
TICKETS: Pre-sale tickets are $12 and General Admission is $15.
Cheers to Choice embodies the celebration of a woman's right to choose her destiny and live in a community that respects her choices without hindering her personal and professional growth. The focus of this year's Cheers to Choices is women and homelessness in the District of Columbia and across the nation. Proceeds from the event will support YWTF: DC's work and that of N Street Village, a service provider and advocate for low-income and homeless women in Washington, DC.
This is an opportunity to socialize with other great DC people for a great cause! Enjoy wine, hors d'oeuvres, win fun raffle prizes and learn more about an important issue affecting women and children in our communities.
We look forward to seeing you there, and we invite you to help spread the word by passing this along to your friends, tweeting about it, posting it to your facebook page, etc!
ABOUT N STREET VILLAGE
N Street Village is a community of empowerment and recovery for homeless and low-income women in Washington, D.C. With comprehensive services addressing both emergency and long-term needs, N Street Village helps women achieve personal stability and make gains in their housing, income, employment, mental health, physical health, and addiction recovery.
Their excellence has been widely recognized. They are winners of the Washington Post Excellence in Nonprofit Management Award -- the first organization ever awarded on its first application, the EXCEL award for nonprofit leadership, the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill Heroes in the Fight Award, and the Logan Circle Community Association Award for Community Improvement. In recent years, N Street Village has attracted interest from national and international dignitaries, and has provided tours of its programs to the Dalai Lama, the Secretary of HUD, SAMHSA, officials from the Government of Kenya, and the Partnership for Public Service.
Kate Akalonu, Manager of Volunteer and In-Kind Services, N Street Village
Michael A. Brown, DC City Councilmember At-Large
Bob Glennon, Homeless Services Coordinator, DC Department of Mental Health
For more information on Courtney's House, please visit their website at www.nstreetvillage.org