ABOUT THE EVENT
Community Changemakers 2019: Get Inspired! Get Involved!
Hosted by Kelly Collis and Tommy McFLY of "The Tommy Show"
Experience this important community event where you will
meet our 2019-20 nonprofit partners and be treated to
inspiring, interactive presentations that highlight their work.
Enjoy great food & drink, win unique nonprofit prizes/experiences, and join us as we champion those who work for fairness, equity, inclusion, and opportunity for all.
Monday, October 28, 2019
The Mead Center for American Theater, Home of Arena Stage
COMMUNITY CHANGEMAKERS AWARD RECIPIENTS
Meet the recipients of the Catalogue's inaugural Community Changemaker Awards, which honors those working each day to build community in our region and to make a difference, close to home.
David Grosso is At-Large member of the DC Council. He was elected to the Council in November 2012 to represent residents in all eight wards. During his time in office, David has focused on many issues with one main goal always at the forefront of his mind: making D.C. a better city.
As a young leader and catalyst for change in the fight against domestic violence, Ms. Becky Lee is the force behind Becky’s Fund, a cutting-edge source of social change and public service based in Washington, D.C. The prevention-based mission of Becky’s Fund is to foster awareness of domestic violence, encourage advocacy among peers, promote activism through outreach programs and create support for victims.
Nate Mook serves as the Executive Director of World Central Kitchen, where he oversees all WCK operations, leading the organization's emergency and disaster relief efforts. A seasoned leader and gifted storyteller, he knows what it takes to turn words into action and ideas into impact.
CHANGEMAKERS' CHOICE AWARD
Cast Your Vote Today!
At the event, we will recognize one of the presenting organizations as the winner of the Changemakers' Choice Award. Based on your votes (online and in-person) one nonprofit will be chosen as the 2019 Changemakers' Choice Award winner. This organization will receive recognition in after-event communications, as well as a cash prize to support their important work. You can vote online now. And when you come to the event, you can vote again where it will count 2x as much!
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