Washington, D.C. – Ayuda is pleased to announce that its signature friend raiser—the Welcome Breakfast—will take place on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, from 8:00 am to 9:30 am, at Hamilton Live in downtown Washington.

Ayuda invites community members in the Washington metropolitan region to attend the Welcome Breakfast for an opportunity to experience Ayuda’s mission, hear client stories, interact with board members, staff, and current donors, and discover Ayuda’s life-changing community impact.

This year’s confirmed table hosts include Lori Faeth, former assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Interior; Liz Hein, senior compliance counsel at HP, Inc.; Darla Bishop of AmeriHealth Caritas DC; Alex Dodds of Smart Growth America; and Mauro Morales of the U.S. Commission of Civil Rights. Ayuda is grateful to these community ambassadors and volunteers for their leadership.

Ayuda is recruiting up to 25 table hosts to assemble groups of four to ten guests at the event. To learn more about serving as a table host, please contact Arleen Ramirez Borysiewicz via email at arleen@ayuda.com or by phone at (202) 552-3605.

About Ayuda

Ayuda is a 501(c)(3) legal, social, and language access provider that helps vulnerable low-income immigrants in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia stop abuses and improve their lives. With 44 years of experience and a highly motivated and skilled team, Ayuda secures justice and vital resources for immigrant individuals and families. As a national leader, Ayuda shares innovations that increase the capacity of providers and systems throughout the United States. Ayuda regularly fields inquiries from attorneys, advocates, and officials residing around the world who want to learn more about our relentless, dignified approach that helps immigrants save and rebuild their lives.