CHARM CITY KARAOKE 2012 takes place on Thursday, April 26, 2012 from 6:30 to 10:00 p.m. at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, 3800 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218. Tickets $75 each ($50 tax-deductible.) Call 410-522-2232 for tickets, or visit www.charmcitykaraoke.com
Online PR News – 04-April-2012 – Baltimore, Maryland – On Thursday evening, April 26, 2012 from 6:30 to 10:00 p.m., local celebrities will make their voices heard on behalf of those less fortunate at CHARM CITY KARAOKE 2012, Baltimore’s 2nd annual celebrity karaoke night to benefit the homeless hosted by Jobs, Housing & Recovery, Inc. (JHR.)
ABC-2, WMAR-TV’s Jamie Costello will serve as Master of Ceremonies for this unique and festive evening of musical fun, to be held at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, 3800 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218. CHARM CITY KARAOKE 2012 will feature celebrity karaoke performances, great food, photo booth, dancing and live and silent auctions.
JHR’s emblem is work boots, symbolizing the difficult work of recovery from addiction. In keeping this spirit, we will present The Golden Boot Award on April 26th to CHARM CITY KARAOKE 2012's top karaoke performer. Our guests will vote with their applause to choose our winner.
Tickets are $75 each. $50 of this amount is tax-deductible. Contact Ms. Meg Ducey to purchase tickets, become a sponsor or make a donation, at: 410-522-2232 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit us the web at: www.charmcitykaraoke.com.
JHR serves homeless citizens of Baltimore by providing life-sustaining services and by offering access to jobs, housing and recovery from addiction. Our programs served 4,890 homeless men and women in 2011, offering hope, healing and the chance for a new beginning to individuals in our community who have – quite literally – reached the end of their rope. Proceeds from CHARM CITY KARAOKE 2012 will be used to support this mission.
24 hours a day, 365 days a year, JHR offers the full continuum of care to individuals in the Baltimore community who are struggling with homelessness and addiction. A homeless man who is challenged with substance abuse can literally come off the streets, through our programs and back into healthy, productive life.
Our Housing Resource Center program, often referred to as “Code Blue”, is the largest emergency homeless shelter in Baltimore, open without cost or entrance requirements. This program provides shelter, food and referrals for services to 275 men and women daily – 350 in times of extreme cold.
JHR’s Carrington House is a residential transitional substance abuse recovery program for men in West Baltimore, designed to give them the tools and life skills they need to turn their backs on addiction once and for all and rebuild their lives. Carrington House was JHR’s first program, and it lies at the heart of our continuum of care. Andrew Falkenstein was a client in JHR’s Housing Resource Center when he learned about Carrington House. A 2010 graduate of the program, Falkenstein summed up what makes Carrington House so special. “Other programs taught me how to stop (using),” he said, “Carrington House taught me how to LIVE.” Like many other men who have come through our programs, Andrew has joined JHR’s staff, extending a helping hand to others who have found themselves where he was – at the end of their rope.
Located in West Baltimore and in scattered sites throughout the City, JHR’s Lighthouse Community and Veterans permanent housing programs offer men coming out of Carrington House or another transitional recovery program the opportunity to live for up to five years in alcohol and drug-free housing where their recovery efforts can be supported. Men in our Lighthouse Communities and Veterans programs are employed, and they pay 30% of their salary in rent. They are also encouraged to save for the future.
For more information about Jobs, Housing & Recovery, Inc. or to learn how you can partner with us in service to Baltimore’s homeless, please contact Ms. Meg Ducey at: 410-522-2232 OR email@example.com. You can also visit us on the web, at: www.jhrbaltimore.org.