Benefiting My Sister’s Place Women’s Center
Get ready for the 1yth Annual Bridesmaids’ Bingo. This event provides proceeds that ensure that My Sister’s Place Women’s Center (MSPWC) programs and services are available to any homeless woman and child in need. On May 15, 2003, in the original Our Daily Bread soup kitchen, the very first Bridesmaids’ Bingo fundraiser for My Sister’s Place was held. This year’s event will take place once again at the Boumi Shrine Temple in White Marsh. It promises to be a night filled with fun, games, laughter and dancing!!
Please join us for this unique event and help make a difference in the lives of the women and children My Sister’s Place Women’s Center serves!
For more information, please contact Jackie Reid at 667-600-3702 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Boumi Shrine Temple in White Marsh
- Begins at $750
- Tickets $100
- Auction items accepted
Our 2017 sponsors included Chesapeake Employers Insurance, Kramon and Graham, St. Agnes Hospital and more.
Our 2017 Woman of the Year is Kathleen Reid. Since the opening of the center in 2008, she has coordinated the meal service for the 1st and 5th Thursdays every month for her parish St. Joseph’s Catholic Community in Eldersburg. Kathleen also provides casseroles and food throughout the year (even when her group is not volunteering), organizes donation drives at St. Joseph’s during the holiday (usually gathering 2 truckloads worth of items), and personally provides gift cards for items that are needed throughout the year at the center. Recently, these gift cards helped three of our clients purchase items such as clothing, car seats and diapers for their children. Outside of the Center, she has been the casserole coordinator for Our Daily Bread Employment Center since they opened and has coordinated donation drives and volunteers for Carroll County Head Start.
The Boumi Temple in White Marsh (Rosedale) is a large building with ample free parking. Follow directions carefully. Both Google and MapQuest (also Verizon Navigator) directions are acurate, but the route winds through a residential area and the temple is not visible until you have arrived at the location. The address is 5050 King Ave., Baltimore (or Rosedale), MD.