So Others Might Eat (SOME) held its annual Young Professionals’ Winter Ball on Friday, February 8 at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and this year's celebration did not dissapoint. Over 800 young professionals gathered to raise money for SOME’s affordable housing programs for homeless and very low-income families. The event included catering by Occasions Caterers, a photobooth by Extraordinary Entertainment and live music by the Blue Tips Rhythm Revue. The record-breaking silent auction featured items donated by various restaurants, boutique work-out locations, concert tickets and more in the Washington, DC area and beyond, really showcasing the generosity of our city's local businesses. The Webster Group was proud to once again partner with SOME to create a successful event for DC’s young professional network.
As we reflect on The Webster Group’s 25 years of events, we are grateful that the work we do emphasizes the missions of so many remarkable organizations. Our new Client Spotlight series brings you stories and in-depth information from our clients, in their own words, about the work they champion. The Webster Group was founded because we saw a need to provide high quality event planning and management services to the non-profit industry here in Washington, D.C. We are proud to continue offering innovative solutions for events across the corporate, nonprofit, and government sectors around the world.
Client Spotlight for the National Consumers League
The National Consumers League has been a valued client of TWG since 2017. We ...read more