Congratulations to SOME, (So Others Might Eat), the D.C. non-profit that helps the homeless, and low income seniors, “restoring hope and dignity one person at a time.” Fran and I attended their Annual Gala & Auction last night at the National Building Museum as the guest of my friend David Tolson. David is one of the first friends I made when I moved to Washington 23 years ago. He’s a successful residential and commercial real estate developer who has more recently been creating data centers. David was one of three lead benefactors at last night’s 26th Annual Gala & Auction that drew about 800 people.
SOME provides shelter, food, and medical care for those in need in Washington, D.C. , and operates summer camp sessions for low income seniors. The organization is run by Father John Adams and supported by an amazing roster of companies like David’s, DBT Data.
During the program William E. Conway, Jr. mentioned SOME’s Affordable Housing Development Initiative and personally thanked David for what he’s doing to help make a new complex on Benning Road in D.C. a reality.
Thank you David for including us last night and for what you’re doing for SOME.