THURSDAY, March 26, 2020
7:30am – 9:30am
Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center
5701 Marinelli Rd, North Bethesda, MD

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Sponsorship Opportunities Available

About the Interfaith Works Caring Breakfast

The Interfaith Works Caring Breakfast attracts more than 400 leaders from the business, political, governmental and nonprofit communities, who gather to celebrate our partnerships that help uplift our neighbors in need. Interfaith Works serves over 17,000 people each year by empowering individuals and families with the tools and skills to lift themselves from poverty and homelessness.

“On the days when the darkness was greater than the light;
On the days when it seemed like all hope was lost;
On the days when I found myself wrestling with the most simple things in life;
In those days I found a ray of light in people: good, caring and thoughtful people that you are.
Thank you to all the Staff of Interfaith Works that supported us (the homeless).”

– Steve wrote this poem thanking Interfaith Works for providing the services he needed to make it through a difficult time in his life. He has since re-obtained his pharmaceutical license and lives in his own apartment.

Presenting awards to

PEPCO – Corporate Champion of the Year

Montgomery County Muslim Foundation – Community Partner of the Year

Dr. Helen Blumen – Humanitarian of the Year

The 23rd Annual Caring Breakfast will fill the room with over 300 corporate and government leaders, foundation representatives, and community partners who gather together to celebrate partnership on behalf of our neighbors in need.

For additional sponsorship information, contact Suzanne Lofhjelm, slofhjelm@iworksmc.org,

Tickets and table sponsorships are now available for purchase online.

If you would prefer to make your payment by check, it should be made to “Interfaith Works” and include a note that the contribution is for the IW Caring Breakfast. If you are purchasing more than one ticket, please send along the names of your guest(s).

Payments can be mailed to:
Suzanne Lofhjelm
Interfaith Works
114 West Montgomery Avenue

Rockville, MD 20850

If you have a question, please feel free to call 301-315-1096.

Sponsors

The 23rd Annual Caring Breakfast is a high-visibility opportunity to help vulnerable residents in Montgomery County facing homelessness and poverty. Interfaith Works is grateful to the supporters and organizations who partner with us in working to make Montgomery County the lowest poverty rate county in the state of Maryland.

For more information, please contact Suzanne Lofhjelm at slofhjelm@iworksmc.org.

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Help build a community of opportunity & hope that is free from poverty by making a donation today.

Interfaith Works (IW) is committed to lowering the poverty rate and has set a goal to make Montgomery County the lowest poverty rate county in the state. To reach that goal, IW understands one service alone is not effective. What has proven effective are holistic, wraparound services that remove obstacles to success, provide tools and support for growth, and serve as a catalyst for independence.

IW’s fourteen programs provide a range of interconnected services including; referrals, emergency assistance, transitional and permanent supportive housing, vocational services, and family mentoring. Each program is a component of IW’s Lift Strategy, which helps people move towards economic independence through prevention, stabilization and empowerment services. Combined, our programs provide services to 16,000 people annually.

The Interfaith Works Caring Breakfast is a fundraiser which supports Interfaith Works’ 14 prevention, stabilization and empowerment programs.

A parking garage is available at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center
Established in 1972, Interfaith Works (IW) is a non-sectarian non-profit supported by an interfaith coalition of 165 congregations. IW operates 14 programs managed by trained, professional staff who, in collaboration with community partners, work with individuals and families who are homeless or in crisis to help them lift themselves out of poverty. IW programs provide referrals, emergency assistance, free clothing, transitional and permanent supportive housing, vocational services, and family mentoring. Each program is a component of IW’s Lift Strategy, which helps people move towards economic independence through prevention, stabilization and empowerment programs. Our programs provide services to more than 17,000 people.