You’re Invited: Rosé Soirée

Join Calvary Women’s Services for a Rosé Soirée! We’ll gather together for an evening celebrating women empowering women, and enjoy a tasting of rosé and delicious hors d’oeuvres. We’ll also hear directly from women who have lived at Calvary while working to build stronger futures for themselves.

This is a great opportunity to invite friends, family, coworkers or networks to learn more about Calvary’s mission and the women we serve.

Tuesday, October 3, 2018
6:00 – 8:00pm
Baby Wale
1124 9th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

Your support of the Rosé Soirée will help to:

  • Inspire hope. Your donations keep our doors open to all women in need. Your gifts provide safe housing and health programs that give women space to heal and dream.
  • Expand opportunities. Your support ensures women have access to education programs, employment opportunities, and other critical services they can use to build stronger futures.
  • Change lives. Every five days a woman moves from Calvary into her own home. That would not be possible without the support of friends like you.

Be sure to bring a friend (or two!). Tickets are $25 each and are tax-deductible, less the value of the food and drink at the event. You’ll also receive a discount when you purchase two or more tickets!

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