Charlotte: Holiday event raises funds

Carolinas News Notes

by Lainey Millen  Special Assignments  specialassignments@goqnotes.com
Published: December 6, 2013 in Carolinas News Notes

Pictured left to right: singer/songwriter Christy Sutherland, Different Roads Home President/Founder Dale J.Pierce, Jason Crabb, Different Roads Home Treasurer Edward Harrell, Jeanne White-Ginder.  Photo Credit: June Wessinger/BlueSun Photography

Pictured left to right: singer/songwriter Christy Sutherland, Different Roads Home President/Founder Dale J.Pierce, Jason Crabb, Different Roads Home Treasurer Edward Harrell, Jeanne White-Ginder.
Photo Credit: June Wessinger/BlueSun Photography

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The 4th Annual Evening of Hope & Inspiration fundraising concert held on Nov. 23 raised $7,500 to benefit the Jeanne White-Ginder Food Pantry at Different Roads Home, 15905 Brookway Dr., Suite 4203.

The funds will enable the organization to assist up to 300 individuals in need.

Additionally, awards were given to three advocates for their service to the community. They were Rodney Tucker, executive director of Time Out Youth; Shane Windmeyer, executive director and founder of Campus Pride; and Tommy Feldman, publisher of Charlotte Pocket Rocket.

info: differentroadshome.org.

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