Purpose: A Fundraising Event to help men, women and children who are homeless
Date: Thursday, July 16, 2020
Time: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
DC’s homeless individuals and families need you now more than ever. We all know that life can start to unravel at a moment’s notice. COVID-19 is also affecting our homeless population; now is the time to make a donation to the Coalition for the homeless.
Homelessness can be tough emotionally, spiritually, and financially. Our homeless residents are even more at risk in this time of COVID-19 without the safety and stability of a roof over their heads and the ability to practice social distancing in their day-to-day lives.
You can make a difference now to help our homeless, protect them, and get them through this crisis.
Your support will help the Coalition provide food, clothing, shelter, and supportive services to one of our city’s most vulnerable population.
Any amount helps and improves the life of a person or family in need
Donations make a huge impact! Give what you can.
Attention: The Coalition does not have a set registration price, instead we are accepting donations.
Prior to the event you will receive additional information on how to join the event
Do Not Miss this funny night of stand-up Comedy
LAUGH OUT LOUD
James Bean’s stand-up comedy career spans 30 years. Bean’s greatest asset is his ability to show humanity and the frailties of life in his stand-up routines. Bean has performed throughout the country. He has opened for Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Pattie LaBelle, Isley Brothers, and Monique. Currently he performs nightly in Las Vegas.
Haywood Turnipseed, Jr., has opened for Headliners like Tony Woods, Hannibal Buress, Sarah Colonna, Baron Vaugn, and Wyatt Cenac. Along with performing as a Stand-Up Comic, Haywood also volunteers as a football, basketball, and baseball coach, in South East D.C. where he currently lives with his wife, their four children, and his mother. He also plays the saxophone, plays a mean game of pinball, and works full time, in Telecommunications, at the National Gallery of Art.