Totally Committed Community Outreach Center would like to announce our Restoring Haiti…Restoring Lives! benefit dinner hosted by Angela Bryant-Brown on May 19, 2012 at 8:00 PM at the Seabrook SDA Church , 8900 Good Luck Rd, Lanham, MD 20706.
TCCOC will host a fundraiser dinner to benefit our planned summer 2012 mission to Haiti as part of the continuing earthquake relief efforts. Join us for an exciting evening of Haitian food, music and entertainment while learning about the rebuilding of Haiti.
Other sponsors for the night’s festivities include:
- Chantal Beauty Concepts
- Serenity Health Spa
- By Your Side Ministries
Ticket for the event are $40 in advance and $45 at the door.
For more information, please contact Chantal at (240)605-9027.
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TCCOC would like to invite you to our anniversary picnic BBQ. There will be a selection of grilled meats including burgers, hot dogs, and chicken, served with sides like pasta and potatoe salad.
Here are the event particulars:
When: Saturday, July 23, 2011 from 11am until 3pm
Where: Noyes Park, Washington, D.C.
If you are interested in helping with the day’s events, or with the center in general, please contact Larry Hill or Lesley Reynolds. You can also contact us at (703) 472-0012.
Pass the word around. In case you didn’t have plans for tomorrow, the DC Central Kitchen could really use your help.
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No surprise here. Please spread the word that if people need help or food they can come to the TCCOC. We have a food distribution service this Saturday at our DC location from 9 AM to noon.
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via Homelessness increases in D.C. area – The Washington Post.
Saturdays are a great day to get out in the community and volunteer with your favorite charity. Is there anything going on in your neck of the woods?
The food pantry opened this morning. This has been a vision of the Director, Mr. Larry Hill.
More to come…
The holidays are particularly busy for Larry and the other volunteers at the TCCOC. In addition to serving a traditional style Thanksgiving meal, members of TCCOC also distributed food baskets to individuals and families in Ward 5. With help from the Capital Area Food Bank, World Mission’s Inner City Extension Program, and Mr. Carlos Allen, the TCCOC helped make Thanksgiving a little better for those in need in our nation’s capital.