Friday, May 14, 2010

Kirk Franklin at Central Dallas Ministries

We are proud to announce that A Night To Remember 2010 is all set for Monday, October 25 at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center!

This event is a celebration of the lives we touch (and that touch us) every day in the neighborhoods where we live and work.

This year’s event will feature Grammy-winning, multi-platinum, crossover gospel king Kirk Franklin! A native of Ft. Worth, Franklin will bring to us a strong sense of community – incorporating local talent in his powerful onstage performance.

Please mark your calendars and plan to join us in October. Further details and sponsor packets will be available in the weeks ahead.

A Night to Remember offers CDM a special opportunity to build funding for and awareness of our mission as it plays out in the lives of our neighbors.  You can play a huge role in the event by planning now to attend, become a sponsor and encourage your friends and associates to join you in supporting this great event.  Please pass this post along! 
Our sponsors of A Night to Remember this year will greatly impact several exciting initiatives, including:

• The Center of Hope, a brand new outreach and equipping center, to be built at the corner of Malcolm X and I-30. This unique campus will address nutrition, health care, wellness, hard and soft employment skills training, access to high-quality grocery options, jobs and community renewal.

• Continue in our role of spearheading the development and support of a significant number of permanent supportive housing units for the chronically homeless who at present live on our streets and in night shelters.

• Deepen our commitment to provide high quality, nutritious food to our neighbors in need. We will not simply focus on how to distribute more and more food, but rather continue to ask why our neighbors do not have access to the healthy food they need and desire.

I look forward to celebrating another A Night To Remember with you.


Anonymous said...

Awesome! (Sooo much better than Kenny Loggins. :)

Anonymous said...

Never heard of him -- but hope it goes well!