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District Team Charities Party Benefiting the Navy SEAL Foundation

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District Team Charities Party Benefiting the Navy SEAL Foundation

Save the date!! District Team Charities (http://dcconnect.org/districtteamcharities/) will be hosting a fundraiser happy hour on Saturday 5 April starting at 7pm. The benefitting charity is the Navy SEAL Foundation, whose mission provides immediate and ongoing support and assistance to the Naval Special Warfare community and their families.

Join us for drinks, fun, networking, socializing, all for a good cause! L2 Lounge will be offering drink specials and no cover charge for those who donate.

What: District Team Charities (http://dcconnect.org/districtteamcharities/) Party Benefiting Navy SEAL Foundation

When: Saturday, 5 APR 2014, from 7PM-10PM

Where: L2 Lounge (http://l2lounge.com/), Georgetown, Washington, DC

Register on Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/save-the-date-charity-fundraiser-happy-hour-with-dc-connectdtc-registration-10174286565) RSVP on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/events/628153260555430/) RSVP on MeetUp (http://www.meetup.com/DCConnect/events/162625332/)

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All proceeds will go through DTC and benefit our featured Charity:

Navy SEAL Foundation

Built on a legacy, established in 2000 and expanded in January 2011, when two organizations serving the

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) community joined together, the Navy SEAL Foundation was formed to

rapidly respond to the time sensitive needs of the NSW community and their families. The Navy SEAL

Foundation is a 501(c)(3), tax exempt, national non-profit charitable foundation headquartered in

Virginia Beach, VA, and provides support across the country and in every corner of the globe for the

NSW community and their families.

District Team Charities (formerly District Trust Charities) is a 501c3 nonprofit founded in 2005 to assist local charities in the DC community with fundraising and volunteer support. Our mission is simple, “making a difference, one event at a time.”

District Team Charities (DTC) was formed in 2005 by a group of young DC professionals who wanted to be proactive in raising funds for those in need. DTC’s board members, hosts and guests come from many different DC backgrounds including political Washington and the business, non-profit and diplomatic communities.

Everyone involved shares a commitment to supporting District related entities that provide hope to those with various needs and challenges. We are an equal opportunity charity as each of our events benefits a new cause.

See the history on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DistrictTeamCharities

DTC relaunched in 2014 in Strategic Partnership with the DC Connect Group

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We are a cohort of rising professionals and entrepreneurs seeking fine food, good drinks, insightful conversation all over happy hour. Make your connections now and be ready to collaborate in the future.

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Young Government Leaders (YGL) is committed to providing the authentic voice for our generation of aspiring government leaders. Our membership consists of over 5,000 young federal, state, and local government employees and is growing every day. We are the only 501 (c)3 non-profit professional organization founded by, and led by, young government employees. We are actively building a community of leadership for young public servants across the country, through professional development activities, networking opportunities, social events, seminars, fellowships, and scholarships.