Are you looking for a fun and awesome way to contribute to community programs in the Baltimore and Irvington areas? Look no further! The Friends of MBK is sponsoring their annual event Basket and Bags Bingo in Baltimore to benefit the community efforts of My Brother’s Keeper. Read on for more information.
Basket and Bags Bingo Event Details
Friends of MBK is a group of women with ties to several community programs in the Baltimore and Irvington areas who host benefits to support those in need. The details of the event are as follows:
- Date: Sunday, April 10, 2016
- Location: Mount Saint Joseph High School (4403 Frederick Ave, Baltimore, MD 21229)
- Cost: $20/ticket
- Doors Open: 1 PM
- Bingo Begins: 2 PM
- Bingo Details: 18 regular games, three special games
- Prizes: Longaberger baskets, Thirty-One bags and Vera Bradley bags filled with speciality items!
To purchase tickets and get more information, contact Kathy at 301-490-7918 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, you can mail a check made out to My Brother’s Keeper to: Kathy Holden, 8120 Calla Lily Drive, Ellicott City, MD 21043.
*Please enclose self addressed and stamped envelope!
How Will Basket and Bags Bingo Help?
A proceed of the funds from your Basket and Bags Bingo ticket will benefit My Brother’s Keeper, and they will also be accepting item donations in our honor. If it is within your means, they ask that you please consider bringing a roll of paper towels, lemonade mix, drink boxes, individually wrapped breakfast bars or sandwich size plastic baggies. This is a great opportunity to socialize with like-minded people who want to help and enjoy yourself!
Talk to My Brother’s Keeper About Helping in Baltimore
To learn more about how to help or to find out more about our services including addiction treatment referrals, prescription assistance, hot meal programs, employment assistance, health services and identifying possible emergency shelter, call MBK today at 410-644-3194.
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