O'Night for O'Neil fundraiser set for SundayCHUM is sponsoring a fundraising potluck to honor Steve O'Neil and raise funds for Building Stable Families, a CHUM shelter capital campaign.
By: Budgeteer News staff, Duluth Budgeteer News
CHUM is sponsoring a fundraising potluck to honor Steve O'Neil and raise funds for Building Stable Families, a CHUM shelter capital campaign.
“Steve has been a tireless advocate for providing housing to all for the last 30 years,” said City Councilor Emily Larson, a friend and one of the event organizers. “In support of his commitment to ending homelessness and in conjunction with his current fight against cancer, please join us for a fundraising potluck to celebrate Steve and raise funds for Building Stable Families.”
The potluck will be held at Clyde Iron Works from 4 to 7 p.m. and includes a cash bar.
A freewill offering may be made at the door.
The event includes a live auction of desserts, a short program and “general shenanigans.”
If you’d like to bring a dish to share or help with the event by volunteering sign up by visiting: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0F4BA9A82DA20-volunteer. “If people can’t sign up they can go ahead and bring a dish,” CHUM spokeswoman Mary Schmitz said. “We anticipate that some people will bring a dish if they aren’t signed up.”
For more information, visit the O'Night for O'Neil Facebook event page.