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My Sister's House marks anniversary
Homeless program's benefit breakfast is March 25
 
Published Thursday, March 20, 2014 9:26 am
by Staff Reports

My Sister’s House, a program of the Friendship Community Development Corporation, will host its fourth anniversary breakfast on March 25. The breakfast will be held from 7:30 a.m. in the conference center of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 3400 Beatties Ford Road.

My Sister’s House is a transitional program for homeless women with an emphasis on providing resources to improve their mental, financial and spiritual health as well as legal help. All of the services provided empower the residents with tools needed to become self-sufficient.

Since opening in 2010, more than 200 women have been served, with funding from grants and donations. 

Individual seats are available at $25 or eight for $200. You can register on line at www.friendshipcdc.org or by calling MSH (704) 200-2807.

For more information, call Rosemary Lawrence at (704) 200-2807 or rlawrence@friendshipcharlotte.org.

 

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