Save the Dates!
1. REACH at the Arlington County Fair. We’ll be at the Fair 11-14 August at the Thomas Jefferson Community Center located at 3501 2nd St South in Arlington, VA. Come see us at the REACH booth: Thursday 7pm -10pm, Friday 10am – 9 pm, Saturday 10 am – 9 pm, & Sunday 11 am – 5 pm.
2. REACH 5% Day at Arlington Whole Foods Market. Our neighborhood Whole Foods Market here in Arlington Virginia will be donating 5% of their net sales to REACH on August 17th. Please circle Wednesday August 17th on your calendar and start making your plans now to SHOP EARLY and STOCK UP at the Arlington Whole Foods Market at 2700 Wilson Blvd. Please remember Wednesday August 17th!
3. The Arlington Traditional School / REACH for Uganda Art Exhibit continues until August 21st at the Arlington Arts Center at 3550 Wilson Blvd. Student artwork from Arlington, VA ‘s ATS and Bumwalukani’s REACH Primary School is on display. Gallery Hours: Wed-Fri 1-7 pm & Sat-Sun: 12-5 pm.
4. REACH will hold its 6th Annual San Gala on October 28th at the Key Bridge Marriott’s top floor Capital View Ballroom. Mark your calendars now and stay tuned for further details! This is REACH’s major fundraiser of the year, please plan now to attend the gala. Please reach out to the gala chair – Dan Gardner with any questions or how to get involved or for gala sponsorship opportunities
If you’d like to help by volunteering at any of these upcoming events. Please contact Dan Gardner (703) 973-0237 or Joyce Wanda at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. Stay tuned for the latest REACH Newsletter due out soon reporting on the Annual Summer Picnic, the Girls Who Rock benefit concert for REACH in New York City, and the recent summer trips to Uganda. Finally, we need your help to make these upcoming REACH events all winners. Please contact Dan Gardner (703) 973-0237 or Joyce Wanda (571) 228-4216 and find out about opportunities to pitch and help REACH by volunteering. Together we can ensure REACH’s continued success helping the children of rural Uganda build a foundation of hope.
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