MEND Hosts “BEE” The Change Fundraiser Event on April 21
Everyone is buzzing about Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development‘s (MEND) annual fundraiser, “BEE” the Change on Friday, April 21 from 6 to 10 p.m. at The Venue at Lenola located at 229 North Lenola Road in Moorestown.
This un-BEE-lievably fun-filled night will feature hors d'oeuvres, open bar, silent auction, carnival games, delicious food from Georgetti’s Market & Catering, and dancing to the music provided by DJ Kevin Hart.
“We encourage everyone to come out and enjoy a nice night and celebrate our success in providing affordable housing opportunities to the South Jersey area for the last 54 years,” said Eileen Wirth, President/CEO of MEND. “Your support will aid in our mission and help be the change we need for more affordable housing units in our communities. We hope to see you for a fun night!”
Proceeds from the evening will help MEND keep rents at below-market levels, thus easing the costs for current and future residents who can then better afford other important necessities like food, clothing and health care.
Tickets are $100 per person. Sponsorships and ad opportunities are also available. This year’s generous sponsors include Dr. Lucy Rorke-Adams, Dietz & Watson, Garrison Architects, Global Glass Equipment Engineering and Marsh McLennan Agency.
RSVPs are required by April 14. For more information about purchasing tickets, sponsorships or ad opportunities, please call (856) 772-7070 ext.19 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://mendinc.org/events/annual-gala/ .
Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development, Inc. (MEND) is a private, nonprofit, housing development organization founded by several Moorestown churches in 1969. MEND is a national and state award-winning developer dedicated to providing safe and affordable rental housing to senior citizens, disabled persons, and families of low and moderate income. MEND has developed 778 residential units at 31 locations in southern New Jersey. Over the past 50+ years, MEND’s affordable housing production efforts have represented a $150 million real estate investment in the region. Visit www.mendinc.org for more information.
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