The Children's Home’s Signature Event Returning to M&T Bank Stadium, Oct. 26
FACES 2018Art/Food/Wine Fundraiser Supports Maryland’s At-Risk Children & Youth
The Children's Home - a 501 (c) 3 organization committed to fostering statewide crisis intervention services for youths ages 13 to 21 - will present its signature fundraiser, FACES2018, Friday, Oct. 26, from 6 to 10 p.m.,at M&T Bank StadiumSouth East Club Level Lounge (1101 Russell St., Baltimore, MD 21230).
Approximately 250 guests are expected to attend this chic event featuring gourmet food and wine, a DJ, raffle prizes, a holiday gift card tree, and an interactive art activity.
With the theme "MY STORY,"the highlight is the silent and liveauctionfeaturing photographyand canvas artworkcreated by the at-risk children and youth living at The Children's Home, along with other special items.
As part of a mentorship with Kimberly Hopkins (owner/creative, khopdesignLLC) and her husband, Michael Hopkins, FACES annually showcases the residents’ courage for positive change, along with their innateartistic talent.
FACES 2018 is intended to raise over $50,000 to help sustain quality programs and services for at-risk children, youth and their families. Admission is $100 per personthrough Aug. 31 and $125 per person after. Reserved tables of 10 are $950 before Aug. 31 and $1,200 after. For more information or to purchase tickets or tables, visit http://bidpal.net/faces2018 or call 410.744.7310.
About The Children's Home
Established in1863 as an orphanage for children abandoned due to the Civil War, The Children's Home celebrates a distinguished legacy of caring for Maryland’s at-risk children and youth both inside and outside the family structure. Its programs and services have continued to evolve to meet the needs of the community.
Operating from its 44-acre campus in Catonsville, the non-profitprovides a comprehensive program of academic support, recreation, therapeutic counseling, arts and culture and life skills to give each child the opportunity to become a happy and productive citizen. Three of its most exciting program endeavors are weekly equestrian/pet therapies, entrepreneurial expressive arts and job placement assistance for older teens and young adults.
For more information, visit www.thechildrenshome.net
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