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SASHA BRUCE YOUTHWORK BENEFIT TO END YOUTH HOMELESSNESS
April 25th event will celebrate the individuals and institutions promoting safety and shelter for young people in the Washington DC Area
WASHINGTON, D.C. (March, 21 2018) — The Sasha Bruce Benefit To Prevent & End Youth Homelessness will take place on April 25th, at District Winery. The Honorable Susan M. Collins, US Senator for Maine will be honored for her years of dedication to the youth of the country. A performance from the Washington Performing Arts Children of the Gospel Choir will be complemented by speeches from Mayor Muriel Bowser, and Sasha Bruce Youth Ambassadors. As we celebrate those who have made it a priority to offer safety and shelter in the DMV, we are excited to press forward with new opportunities and innovations, and to provide the youth with care, compassion, and safety.
“This celebration will mark another milestone—every young person deserves safety, and opportunity, and on this night, we will rededicate our commitment to that mission,” said Debby Shore, Executive Director and Founder of Sasha Bruce Youthwork.
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Sasha Bruce Youthwork is one of the largest and most experienced providers of services to youth in Washington, DC. Its work helps young people find safe homes, achieve necessary life skills, and open doors for workforce and educational training. For more information, visit sashabruce.org.