BALLSTON SPA — LifeWorks Community Action is hosting its annual May Day fundraiser, a cocktail reception and honorary committee membership drive on Thursday, May 26, at 6 p.m. at Longfellows Restaurant in Saratoga Springs.
Themed In Bloom, the event will highlight the local impact of LifeWorks (formerly Saratoga County Economic Opportunity Council) during the past few years, while raising funds for neighbor-driven programs including the Food Pantry, Soup Kitchen, Immigrant Services and Family Services. The fundraiser takes its inspiration from a quote attributed to former First Lady Claudia “Lady Bird” Johnson: “Where flowers bloom, so does hope.”
The fundraiser also marks the launch of the LifeWorks Partners for Empowerment program, an honorary committee that will serve as a source of sustainable, mission-driven support to meet the immediate needs of our neighbors and to deliver the tools, skills and opportunities that contribute to the economic security of families and communities.
To register for the In Bloom fundraiser or become a Partner for Impowerment, go online to lifeworksaction.org
LifeWorks Community Action — formerly Saratoga County Economic Opportunity Council (EOC) — is a member of the National Community Action Partnership and the Community Action Network, which was born out of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. Over the past 50 years, LifeWorks has built a strong network of programs and resources that address the range of challenges low-income families face including hunger, utility costs, child care, and language barriers.