For Goodness Sake, a Bristol-based not-for-profit organization that gathers donations of furniture and other household goods for individuals and families recovering from homelessness, has announced a new fundraiser, “A Plate at the Table.”
Since 2013, a press release from For Goodness Sake said, the organization has helped over 100 families. The fundraising event will be held on Sunday, Nov. 2 from 12 to 4 p.m. at Anthony Jacks Wood Fire Grill located in Southington.
“We are excited that this event coincides with our organization’s one year anniversary. It is because of the dedicated service of both past and present staff members that make For Goodness Sake a success story. We are excited to host this event, and our organization will continue to grow and prosper with the generous support of our donors.” said Kendra Morales, For Goodness Sake’s executive director in a press release.
Tickets are on sale for $30 per person and include Anthony Jacks signature cranberry chicken, penne a la vodka, salad and bread. Coffee, tea and soda are also included, and a cash bar will be available. There will be live music and a silent auction that includes an autographed Derek Jeter ball.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit forgoodnessake.org. You can also contact Jessica Dunn, Director of Outreach and Community Relations at (860)463-7137.
For Goodness Sake was founded in 2013 in response to the challenges facing women transitioning out of homeless shelters into their own apartments. In August 2014, For Goodness Sake entered into a fiscal sponsorship agreement with the Main Street Community Foundation. This is the first time the foundation has sponsored any organization.