Gift distribution at Central Union Mission's Show Some Love 2018

Your Sponsorship Makes the Difference

Because of your generosity, 250 homeless men can experience comfort, joy and the opportunity to renovate their lives for success in their community. Through the Mission’s Workforce Development & Education program, the Restoration & Transformation program and a variety of other self-improvement and job training programs, hopeless and addicted men can return to productive society and reconcile with their families. Central Union Mission is 100% privately funded; we so appreciate your sponsorship. Not a sponsor yet? Become one today!

 


SPONSORS - Cash Donations

Kiwanis Club of Far East
Anonymous
Mary Antoun
Karen Beavers
Lisa Bell
Richard & Nancy Brooke
Abram Brown
Ginette Cain
Phyllis Campbell
Buzz & Deedee Collins
Lura May Dillow
Marvin Garcia
Carol Giffen
Stephen Hogye
Gail Hudson
Jeff & Cathy Hulburt
Karen Littlefield
Lyn & Mark McFadden
Robert J. MacKay
Edna C. Marrero
Joseph & Cam-Vien Mettimano
Donald Monday
Richard & Patterson
Paula Pursel
Anthony Rich
David & Charlotte Treadwell

SPONSORS - Gift In Kind

Show Some Love is grateful to organizations who are donating food and drinks, Christmas gifts, grooming and other professional services and entertainment.


Employees of Amtrak




 
 
 

A special thank you to the Show Some Love planning team:

Cindy Amurao, Calvin Ashcraft, Tammy Barnes, Winnie Bouma, Kaela Boyden, Carol Clark, Cheryl Clark, Marcus Finley, Crystal Greene, Sharnikya Howard, Governor and Patricia Johnson, Christine Keels, Tawana Moore, Scott Thorson, Ruth Ward


We are so grateful for our 2018 Show Some Love sponsors, including: Adventure Dental, Amerigroup DC, employees of Amtrak, Chris McDaniel with Atperfection, Capital City Symphony, Cassady & Co. Independent Wealth Management, Chef Horatio Davis, DC Healthy Families, Fourk’d catering, Chef Jamie Gadson, Google, Housing Counseling Services, Inc., MLK Deli, NCTA—The Internet and Television Association, Passport Auto Group, The Pinkston Group and James L. Brown of Saxophonic Praise