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|Building & Living the Beloved Community 10th Anniversary Celebration with Dr. John Perkins|
Boaz & Ruth is excited to have Dr. John Perkins, President of the John M. Perkins Foundation for Reconciliation and Development, as our guest on Wednesday, May 15. We have two opportunities for you to receive encouragement from him. Learn more about Dr. Perkins here.
An Evening with Dr. Perkins - 7:00 PM
Please join the RVA community as we gather together to learn more about developing “beloved communities” where people seek to live together by grace and forgiveness.
Wednesday, May 15
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
A seat at this event is FREE. A suggested donation of $10 is requested. CLICK HERE to register, but walk-ins are welcome! Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Please contact Greta Kidd at firstname.lastname@example.org or 928-5737 for more information and to purchase your seat(s) with a credit or debit card.
SOLD OUT - Celebration Breakfast - 7:30 AM
Please join us to celebrate the previous 10 years of the journey toward beloved community with Martha Rollins, founder of Boaz & Ruth. Receive encouragement to move purposely forward into the next decade with a message from Dr. John Perkins.
Wednesday, May 15
7:30am – 9am
The Jefferson Hotel
A seat at our table is $70. CLICK HERE to register. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Please contact Greta Kidd at email@example.com or 804-928-5737 for more information and to purchase your seat(s) with a credit or debit card.
Many Thanks to our Sponsors!
Many thanks to our sponsors of this breakfast and evening with Dr. Perkins as we celebrate together Boaz & Ruth’s 10 year anniversary. These businesses, ministries and individuals are not only making a difference in Boaz & Ruth’s ministry, but the Richmond community as a whole.
A.G. Reese & Associates, P.C.
Ann & Jim Belk
The Bartholomew Family
Boaz & Ruth's mission is to rebuild lives and communities through relationships, training, transitional jobs, and economic revitalization. Three key strategies pursue that mission:
• We empower the commercial corridor of Highland Park by restoring buildings, incubating and operating social enterprises and providing jobs.
• We rebuild lives of men and women needing a second chance through relationships, transitional jobs and training.
• We connect Highland Park and our program participants to the wider Richmond community through shared experiences that bridge racial, economic, and geographic barriers.
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