Secret Millionaire Viewing Party

    08.06.13 | Homecoming Center

     

     

    "Secret Millionaire" Viewing Party 

     Date:  Sunday, August 25, 2013

     

    Time:  6:00 - 7:00 pm Socializing and pre-party  

                7:00 - 8:00 pm Prime Time Premiere of Secret Millionaire on WGNO ABC 26  

                8:00 - 9:00 pm Socializing and giveaways

     

    Where:  The Bulldog, 5134 Canal Blvd.

     The St. Paul's Homecoming Center is one of two New Orleans-area non-profit organizations featured on the television series, which shines a well-deserved light on the efforts of non-profit organizations who provide for those in need. Each episode of Secret Millionaire follows one of America's most successful people for a week as they hide their true identities and leave the comforts of home to help the less fortunate. 


    The public is invited to join friends and supporters of the St. Paul's Homecoming Center as they celebrate the national recognition of their tireless relief efforts, as captured by the ABC TV show, Secret Millionaire. The evening will include beer and cocktail specials and a raffle of great prizes, including sports items autographed by Drew Brees. Twenty percent (20%) of the proceeds from the event will benefit St. Paul's Homecoming Center.  

     St. Paul's Homecoming Center (SPHC), an outreach of St. Paul's Episcopal Church and School, was established post-Katrina to rebuild homes and lives.  Our work is far from over!  As we continue our rebuilding efforts, we are also faced with providing programs to sustain an under-served population in our community--our senior citizens.

     For more information, please contact:

    St. Paul's Homecoming Center

    1509 Filmore Avenue

    New Orleans, LA 70122

    (504) 644-4125

     

     ABOUT THE ST. PAUL'S HOMECOMING CENTER:
    In September 2006, the St. Paul's Homecoming Center, under the guidance of Director, Connie Uddo, was opened to provide the post-Katrina community with volunteer help, housing, tools, computer access, a wash-a-teria, Road Home assistance, case managers, mental health counselors, welcome baskets, community barbecues, bottomless cups of coffee and a shoulder of support.  Work also began on the restoration of 10 miles of Lakeview neutral grounds and green spaces.  In January, 2009, the St. Paul's Homecoming Center moved to the flood-damaged neighborhood of Gentilly, where it continues to help hundreds of residents return and rebuild their lives. For more information on the St. Paul's Homecoming Center, visit www.stpaulshomecomingcenter.org .