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Journey Home Will Host Inaugural Gala

‘Home is Where the Heart Is’ will be held at The Atrium in Hartford.

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On Friday, Jan. 29, 2016 at 7 p.m., Journey Home will host its First Annual Gala, Home is Where the Heart Is. The Gala is being held at The Atrium at CityPlace 185 Asylum St. in Hartford. We are featuring elegant fare by Max Downtown, a Live Auction with WFSB’s Scot Haney, music by the Steve & Tony Davis Quartet, food and beverage tastings from NoRA Cupcakes and Hartford Flavor Company, dance lessons with Arthur Murray Connecticut, a plethora of silent auction items, and many other fun surprises.

Journey Home’s mission is to accelerate progress towards ending homelessness in the Greater Hartford region. We introduce innovative programs, pathways, and projects, and coordinate their implementation with many social services organizations, government agencies, and others it takes to get the job done. Journey Home implements the philosophy of solving homelessness, rather than continue to manage it. The end results is helping people who experience homelessness get into housing with support services they need. We believe that working together, we can end homelessness.

All process from this event will be used to continue the work that we do at Journey home. Your support will allow us to continue to lead initiatives to end homelessness in the Greater Hartford region.

There are still tickets available. For more information please visit journeyhomect.org/2016gala or contact Sara Salomons at 860-808-0336 or [email protected].

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