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DELAWARE NORTH ROLLS OUT RED CARPET FOR THE BRIDGE STAFF & VOLUNTEERS

The staff at The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center, an internationally recognized model for homeless recovery here in Dallas, will be on the receiving end of services from Delaware North, a global leader in hospitality management and food services.

On Wednesday, January 25 from 1:30 to 3 pm, staff from Delaware North will provide and serve lunch to all Bridge staff and volunteers as a thank-you for all the work they do 24 hours a day to ensure the Bridge guests have access to basic needs, healthcare, income alternatives, and long-term housing services. Julio Flores, Vice President of Programs, of the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association and TaQuon Buford, Head of Marketing, of the Regional Black Contractor Association, will also volunteer their services at the luncheon.

“Delaware North is committed to positively impacting the communities we live, work, and serve and we’re absolutely thrilled to partner with The Bridge,” said Sunshine White, Director of Strategic Partnerships & Travel Hospitality Services. “Investment and action are critical but more important to us are building valuable community partnerships and positively impacting the lives of team members, guests, and neighbors.” 

Who:

The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center Staff and Volunteers, Delaware North Staff, Regional Black Contractors Association Volunteers, and Regional Hispanic Contractors Association Volunteers

What:

Delaware North will provide and serve lunch to all Bridge Staff and Volunteers for their work in providing services to the homeless.

When:

Wednesday, January 25, 1:30 – 3 pm

Where:

The Bridge

1818 Corsicana Street

Dallas, TX 75201

Photo and Interview Opportunities:

Dr. David Woody II, President & CEO of The Bridge

Sunshine White, Director of Strategic Partnerships & Travel Hospitality Services

Julio Flores, Vice President Programs, Regional Hispanic Contractors Association TaQuon Buford, Head of Marketing, Regional Black Contractor Association

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