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William Byrd Community House's 6th Annual Perly's Spaghetti Dinner
Thursday, December 6, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)
William Byrd Community House's Associate Board is hosting the 6th Annual Perly's Spaghetti Dinner on Thursday, December 6th! Your $15 ticket includes all-you-can-eat spaghetti with meat or marinara sauce, a house salad, dinner rolls and non-alcoholic beverages. Wine, beer and desserts available for purchase. Carry-out also available by request. Please purchase tickets in advance. All proceeds to benefit William Byrd Community House.
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William Byrd Community House
VISION: To be a catalyst…
MISSION: Transforming Lives…Building Self-Sufficiency
William Byrd Community House is a 90-year old organization that provides a community of services to help individuals and families address immediate challenges and draw on their strengths to build self-sufficiency.
Our clients are among the community’s most vulnerable families – 100% are at or below Federal Poverty Level guidelines. Each struggles with multiple problems that are unique and complex in nature.
When a family can’t meet basic needs – such as food, housing, utilities, and childcare – it indicates they may have bigger problems. Our innovative approach provides an array of services that addresses the realities our clients face. We offer programs and emergency assistance to help them manage immediate needs. Then, we provide case management support to help them build a solution that will last.
Family Support and Emergency Services: Helps individuals and families resolve immediate crises such as eviction or loss of utilities, and provides lasting value through case management services.
Children’s Services: Provides subsidized, low-cost, quality childcare for children, ages 3-12, from low-or-no-income families. Among the innovative components: case management services for the family of each child enrolled, and an emphasis on avoiding childhood obesity through healthy eating habits.
The Grace Arents Library and Education Center: Features a library, computers, enrichment classes, the Grace Arents Community Garden, the Byrd House Market and the Byrd House Farmlet.
Visit www.wbch.org for more information.