Perseverance in Hope: The Annual Joseph's Home Benefit Luncheon

Perseverance in Hope: The Annual Joseph's Home Benefit Luncheon, presented in partnership with the City Club of Cleveland, is Thursday, June 23 at Windows on the River in Cleveland. The event celebrates the remarkable healing and achievements of the men who have stabilized their health and transformed their lives at Joseph's Home. Funds raised will provide meals, shelter and care for the residents of Joseph's Home. The cost is $50 for general admission; $100 for patrons. Sponsorships are available and start at $500.

Dan Moulthrop of the City Club will headline the event and lead a panel discussion on homelessness in Cleveland. Dan Moulthrop was appointed CEO of The City Club of Cleveland in 2013. Prior to joining the City Club he was co-founder of The Civic Commons, an organization promoting civic good in the field of social media. He’s an award winning journalist, a former radio host and high school teacher and a graduate of UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism.

For more information or to purchase tickets or sponsorships online or by phone, visit the event website or contact Nathan Munn at 216.875.4634 or nmunn@sistersofcharityhealth.org

Starts: Thursday, June 23, 2016 11:30 AM
Ends: Thursday, June 23, 2016 1:30 PM
Location: Windows on the River, 2000 Sycamore, Cleveland
Ministry: Joseph's Home

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