Educate Unite Empower CARECEN’s 36th Anniversary Celebration

 Community   Tue, September 12, 2017 04:50 PM

Washington, DC – One week away CARECEN Latino Resource and Justice Center will celebrate their 36th Anniversary of work in Washington, DC. The evening will include award presentations, appetizers and an open bar, a silent auction and live music starting at 6pm on the Roof Terrace of the Willard Office Building, 1455 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC.

The Saul Solorzano Justice Award will be presented to Chef Jose Andres, Chef/Owner of Think Food Group. Foundry United Methodist Church and The Table Church will be presented with the Community Empowerment Award.

John J. DeGioia, President of Georgetown University, will deliver the keynote address.

Silvana Quiroz, Editor-in-Chief/Director of , will be the Mistress of Ceremonies.

Tickets to the event and more information about CARECEN can be found at .


Each year, CARECEN serves over 5,000 Latino immigrants in the Washington metro area through three primary programs: citizenship and civic participation, immigration legal services, and housing counseling. We have been a mainstay and gathering place for the Latino community since 1981, when we opened to provide support for refugees fleeing persecution from violent regimes in Central America. CARECEN is deeply rooted in the community we serve and has advocated for immigration relief laws, fair and affordable housing, civil rights and access to services and resources for the Central American/Latino community in the Washington metropolitan region.

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