Covenant House Washington 2017 "Night of Stars" Gala

Covenant House Washington held their annual "Night of Stars" Gala on June 1, 2017. The Gala serves as a night to "recognize the individuals and organizations who've helped change the lives of homeless, disconnected, and exploited youth". Entertainment was provided by Oscar nominee Keith Robinson, comedian Cocoa Brown, and local D.C. band "X-Factor". It was a fun night for a great cause highlighted by seeing some of the recent college graduates who have benefited from Covenant House programs. To learn more about Covenant House - Washington DC visit their site here.

  

CPG serves at the 40th Annual March for Babies

 

Capitol Petroleum Group has been a proud sponsor of the March of Dimes for the last six years during their annual March for Babies event. This year the event was held on Saturday May 6th, 2017 at the Nationals Park Stadium in Washington, D.C. Employees, friends, and family members came together to fundraise and walk the event, rain or shine, crossing the home plate in the stadium. To learn more about the services and resources March of Dimes offers to families and newborns nationwide please visit their website here and show your support.

CPG lends a hand at the OCASE Foundation's Inaugral Gala

 

 

Capitol Petroleum Group has been a long-time supporter of the OCASE Foundation (DC) and this year helped them usher in their Inaugural Benefit Gala on February 18th at the Sphinx Club in downtown Washington, DC. The event aimed to fundraise for their programs which promotes and supports extracurricular activities and athletics in public, private, and charter schools in D.C. They host a number of events all year from providing thousands of backpacks and school supplies at the start of the school year to a basketball clinic to a parents summit week aimed at empowering parents with networking sessions, education on latest school regulations and practices and resources for their children. Capitol Petroleum Group has seen the OCASE Foundation grow it's efforts in the community and proud to support as they expanded their efforts with this year's gala which featured live performance by the legendary Regina Belle and honorees Paul Barry (former anchor at WJLA), Angela Brock (local businesswoman and community leader), Diane Groomes (Asst. Police Chief), Courtney Snowden (Deputy Mayor of Greater Economic Opportunity), and Lucille W. Hester (educator and respected community leader/mentor). To learn more about the OCASE Foundation and how you can support their efforts please visit their website here.

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