Included on this page are some of the recent and upcoming ways that local individuals and companies are supporting SOME and its programs for the homeless and poor in our community. This listing is not exhaustive, and SOME does not endorse or guarantee the events or products offered here.
If you, your business or your organization would like to host a community event for SOME, please contact Kate Wiley at [email protected].
March 29, 2020 at 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm edt
3632 Georgia Ave NW, Washington D.C. 20010
Here4Her is an event designed for women to gather and uplift fellow women who are experiencing homelessness.
Each day women who are experiencing unstable housing struggle to carry out daily care essentials. Many do not have the items needed to tend to their feminine needs, brush their teeth, or clean their bodies and hair. Let's do what we can to reach out and uplift women who need a hand.
*****Free entry with the donation of the following:*******
Maxi Pads (not tampons)
Glimpses of Happiness
The human interest book that is a labor of love and laughter for the sole - will be donating a percentage of book sales to support the great services at SOME.
Featuring lighthearted, easy reading, Seinfeld-like vignettes about topics of everyday life. Humor that will make the reader smile and laugh and say yes, this can happen to me too!
Topics that everyone can identify with such as arts and entertainment, clothing and fashion, commentaries, communication, reading, writing, listening, speaking, dining, food, everyday life, families, babies, kids and children, medical, pets, events, socializing, sports, recreation, travel, transportation, weather and much, much, more.
The target audience for this book is far-reaching. From moms, dad, kids, doctors, lawyers, actors, comedians, movie buffs, teachers, just everyday folks.
As you read these lighthearted heartfelt glimpses into life I am sure you will find that everyone can relate to these in one way or another.
"Glimpses of Happiness, Laughter for the Soul” is a book full of little time capsules reminding us where we were, and how far we have come, as a society riding a wave of transformation from the industrial age to the information age. These are reminders of our common heritage, and regardless of how our lives and those around us change, some basic emotions and rites of passage will always be the same. Thank you Jerome Perlmutter for capturing bits of Americana from our past, so that we can see the connections to our future