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The Stephen C. Rogers Memorial Fund, 2008–2018

Save the Date – Saturday, June 2, 2018
for the Rogers Fund Tenth Anniversary Celebration

Please join us in celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Rogers Fund. Barbara and Jim Loots are opening their beautiful home to host this year’s Rogers Fund Event from 3:00-5:00 pm.

Enjoy refreshing drinks, delicious snacks, and wonderful company as we raise awareness and funds to support lower income seniors in our community.

To reserve your space and pay with a check:

Please send a check for $150 per attendee to Capitol Hill Village. Please indicate that payment is for the Rogers Fund and include names of your guests. Our address is 725 8th St SE, Washington DC 20003.

To pay with a credit card

Reserve places or make a donation Pay with credit card
One place $150
Two places $300
Three places $450
Donate any amount

Capitol Hill Village is continually growing and refining its work. In 2018, we are:

• Continuing a pilot project to expand into public housing developments and and churches serving lower-income Capitol Hill residents.

• Leveraging partnerships and engaging leaders and networks to create social, educational and volunteer activities within low income communities and across Capitol Hill.

• Increasing the number of low-income seniors who are not in health crisis but active in social, educational and volunteer activities.

• Improving wellness measures for low income seniors through increased social and educational engagement.

Rogers Fund History

Founding member of the Village, Steve Rogers believed that membership needed to reflect the economic diversity of our neighborhood. His vision has been realized through the Stephen C. Rogers Memorial Fund, established at his death in 2008, which assists lower-income seniors. The program provides reduced Village dues to these members, as well as assistance with urgent expenses such as personal services and home repairs.

• 15% of Capitol Hill residents over age 65 live below the Federal Poverty Level

• Many more live off of “fixed” incomes that are shrinking as other critical expenses increase

• Since 2014, 1 in 5 new members of Capitol Hill Village have required financial assistance through the Rogers Fund to join the Village and access essential services

• CHV Rogers Fund seniors are more likely to be older, more frail and require emergency financial assistance in order to remain in their homes here on the Hill

• Most Rogers Fund beneficiaries have lived in our community for more than 30 years!

Thank you for supporting Capitol Hill Village!

Contact us: 202-543-1778 | info@capitolhillvillage.org
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