DC’s West End Ritz Carlton was the scene of the Colorectal Cancer Alliance’s return to philanthropic rally and remembrance on Saturday, October 29th, when its signature Blue Hope Bash took place in person again.
Attendees at the 2022 Home Runs for Horton’s Kids enjoyed a family-friendly evening of exclusive access to Nationals Park where they could pitch in the bullpen, test their batting skills in the Nationals’ batting cages, hang out with Nationals’ mascot Screech, race President Teddy around the bases, and more.
You have a chance to help Luke’s Wings’ patriotic mission to reunite our servicemembers with supportive friends and family throughout recovery and rehabilitation by attending this year’s 9th annual Heroes Gala!
On March 8, 2022, Hotel Zena — known for its celebration of female empowerment and diversity through art and design — hosted the launch of artist Ramona Pintea’s – Urban Queen ten canvas campaign.
The Colorectal Cancer Alliance’s Blue Hope Bash: One Nation Forward was all about the steps the Alliance is taking to change the stigma of colon cancer… and one newly cancer-free supporter even walked away with a Porsche!
This year, N Street Village reinvented its major fundraising night… just as it reinvented some of its support services for women over the last twelve months.
UnityBands’ green infinity logo signifies unity, fight, and hope — and a portion of the sale of each band and other available UnityBands merchandise is donated directly to support COVID-19 response and research efforts.
Food & Friends’ annual community-based fundraiser, Slice of Life, is underway.
Over 40 women-owned food businesses in the DC area will participate in Women’s Food Fest, with each offering a special dish, drink, or other delicious menu special.
Zoofari’s annual gourmet gathering, Bite Night, is coming out of its cage. Because in 2020, adaptation is everything. In response to the continuing health crisis, Bite Night: ZooFari has become “Byte Night: ZooFari, sponsored by GEICO,” and for the first time in 35 years, will… Read More