Santa Maria Community Services Hosts The Sharing Table, a Fundraising Event Presented by Nehemiah Manufacturing
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 22, 2021
Santa Maria Community Services
CINCINNATI, OH – Santa Maria Community Services, Inc. is pleased to announce it is hosting its third annual The Sharing Table. The Sharing Table takes place on Thursday, September 15, 2022, from 6 to 9 p.m., at ARCO (Price Hill Will), located at 3301 Price Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45205 in Price Hill. Tickets may be purchased at tinyurl.com/SharingTable.
The Sharing Table, presented by Nehemiah Manufacturing, raises awareness about childhood poverty in our region and secures funding for Santa Maria’s programs. O’dell Moreno Owens, M.D., MPH will be the special guest speaker.
WLWT-TV news anchor, Courtis Fuller, will emcee the evening’s festivities, which will include food donated by local restaurants, the sale of hand-crafted mugs and bowls donated by Queen City Clay as well as raffle baskets. Harold Kennedy will be the musical guest.
“After having to cancel The Sharing Table the last two years due to the pandemic, we are so happy to be able to present this year’s event in person,” said H.A. Musser, Jr., President and CEO of Santa Maria Community Services. “This fundraiser will allow us to continue to assist more than 2,500 individuals each year in achieving their financial, educational and health goals and moving out of poverty toward self-sufficiency.”
Santa Maria would like to issue special thanks to its 2022 presenting sponsor, Nehemiah Manufacturing. “We could not succeed without the generosity of sponsors like Nehemiah Manufacturing,” Mr. Musser said. “They have been a generous supporter of Santa Maria’s programs over the years and their contribution, as well as that of many other sponsors and supporters, is vital to continue our important work.”
Dan Meyer, President and CEO of Nehemiah Manufacturing said, “We are proud to be the sponsor of such a great organization that works tirelessly every day to make a difference to individuals’ and families’ lives.”