The 340B Coalition is proud of the great care that our members provide to vulnerable populations. That is why we believe it is important to give back to the local community during our events. This summer, we are excited to bring back our annual fun run/walk fundraiser! We will be featuring a morning run/walk along the Potomac River on Wednesday, August 3 at 6:45 AM. Pre-registration is required for this event so
please select whether you
will be participating when you register for the conference. The donation amount to
participate is $25 for an individual. The Coalition will be donating all
proceeds collected from sponsorships and donations from the Fun
Run/Walk to this summer's charity partner, Hyacinth's Place! Please read below to learn more and to make a direct donation.
When: Wednesday, August 3 – 6:45 AM - 7:45 AM (Check-in begins at 6:30 AM)
Where: Walk from Gaylord National along adjacent Potomac River trail
Distance: 1.5 miles roundtrip
Cost: $25 donation (includes t-shirt)
Registration: If you have not yet registered for the
conference, you can do it through the registration process. Already
registered? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to add it to your registration.
Questions: Contact us at email@example.com
Sponsors: Please contact Robin Hayes Wishom at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-552-5856
About Hyacinth's Place
Hyacinth’s Place is a permanent, affordable housing program with comprehensive therapeutic and social re-integration services for homeless women with a mental diagnosis. In collaboration with the DC Department of Behavioral Health, the program aims to create an environment where women can work and live together in a place that nurtures and supports their recovery; focusing on emotional, financial, and vocational stability.
Over the past ten years we have dedicated our services to homeless women from all eight wards in Washington, DC, with histories of former incarceration to those who held high paying federal jobs. They are challenged to move above and beyond their personal circumstances while being equipped with skills to improve their quality of life. We strive to facilitate long term impact that results in restoration to family, the community, and society—one woman at a time.
The $3.5 million, four-story, 9,228 square foot development provides 15 furnished studio apartments, complete with individual full bathrooms and kitchenettes. The building space accommodates staff offices, laundry facilities, and group activities. In addition, the design incorporates green building principles which embody the regenerative spirit in which the project was imagined.
The bedrock of our organization rests on honesty, efficient stewardship of resources, and utmost respect for one another and the community we serve. Our core values permeate every operational task and service we render. More information is available at www.hyacinths.org .