Cornerstone Foundation Soupfest 2014

Each year the Cornerstone Foundation provides 6000 beds of shelter, serves over 40,000 meals, gives away 35,000 items from its Clothing Bank, and provides a safe and secure haven for youths to gather for social, educational and recreational activities.  As a local organization, the Cornerstone Foundation depends on the generosity of its neighbors to keep these very beneficial programs going.

One way that you can support Cornerstone is participating in its annual Soupfest.  The 2014 Soupfest will be held on November 6, 2014 from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm at St. Bernard’s Church in Rockville with all proceeds benefiting The Cornerstone Foundation.

Music will be performed by Ellington music phenom Rob Thomas from “Off the Clock”.

Featured Restaurants include R House, The Hidden Still, and The Country Butcher.

Admission is Free!

Raffle tickets can be purchased for $20 by contacting David Joy at [email protected]  Raffle prizes include $500, $400, $300, and $200 Visa Gift Cards.

The Cornerstone Foundation provides support in the form of a Soup Kitchen, Shelter and Clothing Bank.  For more information please check out their website.

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About David Joy

Dave Joy is a long time member of Rockville United Methodist Church,having attended as a child and through most of his adult life. He has been involved in many capacities at RUMC including Treasurer, Finance, SPRC, Sunday School Teacher, Youth Group Leader,Choir Member, Worship Chair, and most recently chair of Missions. His wife Bridget is also very active in the church. Dave has two children, Kady, who attends Fordham University and Daniel, who attends Ellington High School.

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