EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE INDUSTRY BRUNCH
We are currently SOLD OUT. No more tickets will be available. We appreciate your support!
**No tickets will be sold at the door**
Please consider donating to Capital Cause! Your Contribution will be used to support local nonprofits in the DC Metro Area. No amount is too small!
WHAT IS THE CAPITAL CAUSE BRUNCH?
The 2011 Capital Cause Young Professionals Brunch will unite a diverse group of young professionals and seasoned industry leaders who are ambitious and motivated about bringing change to their communities. During an innovative networking activity, attendees will decide which industry table to sit in order to increase their social capital. Special guests will be seated at these tables from 10 different industries in order to ensure added value in dialogue. Join us for this charitable event that will motivate you to step outside your networking comfort zone!
BRUNCH MENU INCLUDES:
Herb Roasted Chicken * Rice Pilaf * Mixed Green Salad * Scrambled Eggs * Smoked Bacon * Mini Cakes * Fruit Salad * Buttered Rolls
Vegetarian Option: Pasta Primavera and Steamed Vegetables
Mimosas & Southern-Style-Sweet Tea
TICKET PRICE INCLDUES:
Interactive Brunch Activity
Listing in Online Industry Booklet
Donation to Educational Charity of Your Choice
DKW Communications and Booz Allen Hamilton
SPECIAL GUESTS from FOLLOWING INDUSTRIES WILL ATTEND:
The White House, Politico, Washington Life Magazine, National Football League Players Association, Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, CBS, Lamont Bishop Art Gallery, Gait Consulting, Uptown Magazine, Avenue Swank, Teach for America
COMMUNITY PARTNERS INCLUDE:
Capitol Men, Renaissance Society, Institute for Responsible Citizenship - Young Benefactors Group, The Black Professionals Networking Group - DC, J & K Productions, National Society of Black Engineers - Alumni Extension DC Chapter, NFTE, Gandy Labs, NMC Consulting, Africans in the Diaspora, Alexandria NAACP
William Jawando - White House Office of Public Engagement
Kimberly Woodard - Director of Government Relations, Walmart
Based on your vote, one of these nonprofits will receive a gift of money or time
Lifting Voices - Teaches Critical Thinking to Kids in Under-Served Communities Through Writing Workshops. www.liftingvoices.org
Capital Partners for Education - Helps Low-Income Students Attend Rigorous Colleage Preporatory Classes. www.cfpe.org
THE JOB WALL:
Sponsors will post job opportunities on our job wall during the event. Come prepared to meet company representatives and possibly receive an opportunity to be interviewed on the spot.
When & Where
Mission: To enable young philanthropists to maximize their financial and skills-based contributions through collective giving.
The Young Philanthropist Program: The Young Philanthropist Program involves members by using their small donations of time and money, combining them into one fund, and asking members to vote on how resources are spent to benefit a cause!