Keeping Our Promise!
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Last night, we headed to N Street Village for the groundbreaking and ribbon-cutting ceremony concluding the Keeping Our Promise capital campaign.
We snapped N Street's chief development officer, Stuart Allen, with executive director Schroeder Stribling, capital campaign co-chair Ruth Sorenson with N Street supporter Joanne Goldstein and one of N Street's founders, Norm Goldstein.
The Keeping Our Promise campaign raised $9M to update the aging buildings and expand life-saving programs. Here D.C. council member Jack Evans joins DHCD director Polly Donaldson, Evans' staffer Sherri Kimbel and N Street attorney Aaron O'Toole.
Mayor Muriel Bowser touched upon the importance of N Street Village and the impact it has had on directly changing the city and helping those most vulnerable.
To ensure N Street is able to keep its promise to each and every woman who comes through its doors, N Street Village launched the campaign. Here, N Street supporter Dale McDaniel joins the honorary co-chairs of the capital campaign, Linda and Tom Daschle.
Attendees enjoyed a reception prior to the ceremony with baked goods and various beverages being served. Here, N Street Village board chair Peter Shields joins NPR's Portia Robertson Migas, attorney Eric Hermann and supporters Margaret Maring and Dale McDaniel.
Here, Stuart Allen with DCHFA executive director Todd Lee and PR manager Yolanda McCutchen.