FUNDRAISER AT SACRAMENTO MASONIC TEMPLE TO BENEFIT JOSHUA’S HOUSE

For Immediate Release

Contact: Marlene Von Friederichs-Fitzwater, MA, Ph.D., MPH, Founder and CEO, Joshua’s House; E-mail: fitzm@hcri.com / Phone: (916) 502-0946

FUNDRAISER AT SACRAMENTO MASONIC TEMPLE TO BENEFIT JOSHUA’S HOUSE
Sip, Savor, and Sway Gala Event
Sacramento Masonic Temple, 1123 J Street, Sacramento, CA – Saturday, December 7th, 2019 – 6:00pm

Imagine being homeless and subject to varying outdoor temperatures, rain, and even the theft of your personal belongings. Then imagine at the same time, facing the challenge of dealing with a terminal illness. Whether it be cancer or even heart failure, you are on the streets and your greatest fear is dying alone.

The good news is that there will be a change soon in Sacramento! Joshua’s House will open as a hospice to house 20 terminally ill homeless residents. Each individual will be loved, respected, and provided with high quality hospice care in a home-like setting with meals, clothing, companionship and art & music therapy. Joshua’s House will be the first homeless hospice on the West Coast and the seventh in the country, and we cannot wait for its opening in early Spring 2020!

We are inviting the public to join us in celebrating this incredible project, to fundraise, and to honor those who have paved the way to this point. “Sip, Savor, and Sway” on Saturday, December 7th from 6:00-10:00pm, is Sacramento’s only Prohibition-Era themed fundraiser, and in keeping with the era the event will be held at the historic Sacramento Masonic Temple. It promises to be a roaring good time featuring delicious food, along with era-specific cocktails, wine, beers, and artisan spirits.

Highlights of the night will undoubtedly be:

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