Join us in the Marrakesh Room at Alhambra Palace on October 20th for our annual fundraising dinner
(F.K.A. Founder's Day)
WHEN: Sunday, October 20th from 5:00 - 9:00
WHERE: Alhambra Palace (1240 W. Randolph) - Marrakesh Room
WHAT: Dinner will be a lavish buffet of non-vegetarian and vegetarian food: hummus, baba ganoush, falafel, fattoush salad, chicken kabob, beef kabob, vegetable tagine, rice, grilled vegetables, and desserts.
WHY: To come together as a community and raise funds to distribute to active PCV projects. This is our largest fundraising event of the year with proceeds directly benefit Peace Corps Partnership Program (PCPP) grants led by Chicago-area PCVs in their host countries as well as local organizations with missions consistent with Peace Corps' Third Goal.
HOW: The restaurant is located just a few blocks from the Green/Pink lines at Morgan Station. Buy your ticket and/or make donations to CAPCA above!
WHO: Any and all CAPCA members and their loved ones are invited!
GUEST SPEAKER: We will be welcoming speaker Dr. Maria Vidal de Haymes — Professor in the School of Social Work at Loyola. As an instructor of social welfare policy and migration studies, Dr. Vidal de Haymes will be speaking about some of the current challenges and problems in immigration. Dr. Vidal de Haymes directs the Migration Studies Sub-specialization and coordinates a migration-focused international social service exchange between Loyola University, Universidad Iberoamericana-Mexico City, Jesuit Migration Services of Mexico, and Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago.