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New day. New venue. Same powerful stories.

New day. New venue. Same powerful stories. Daily Work Steps to Success Luncheon 2019 “I had survived through war. Moved across the world. Learned new skills. I had started a new life, but I was worried I would not be able to get a job and support my family,” Baryogar Johnson, 2018 Steps Luncheon Speaker (pictured here). Each year, Daily Work’s Steps to Success Luncheon brings together members from all parts of our community; business and non-profit leaders, volunteers, service partners, and donors to learn more about Daily Work and experience first-hand testimonials about the impact of their support. Together, …
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Exciting Upcoming Raffle Opportunity

Exciting Raffle Opportunity By: Julie Hoff, Executive Director at Daily Work Daily Work has a great opportunity for you, but don’t delay! The deadline for this raffle is only one week away. As we all know, our most precious commodity in life is TIME… especially time with those we care about most. For just $20, you can enter to win the chance at having 4-5 hours of quality bonding time between you and 23 of your favorite friends and family! That’s right, for just $20, you will be entered into a raffle drawing for a Twins Suite for the game …
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5th Annual Steps To Success Luncheon – April 26, 2017

Where will you be on April 26? We hope you’ll having lunch with us! In six weeks, on April 26, Daily Work will host our 5th Annual Steps to Success Luncheon..and we have some special things in store! This year’s event will feature: MPR news reporter and radio personality Kerri Miller (pictured here) as our emcee. She currently hosts MPR News with Kerri Miller, The Thread® and Talking Volumes™. A special performance demonstrating how everything in our lives, especially housing, impacts our employment..and vice versa. Did you know that nearly 20 percent of Daily Work job seekers are struggling with homelessness? Compelling information about how your support is helping …
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Free Concert to Benefit Daily Work

Do you love music? Need some culture in your life? If the answer is yes, then please join us on February 28, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. for a free concert by the Twin Cities’ multi-cultural performing group, Kingdom of the Lotus. The concert will be held at Christ on Capitol Hill Lutheran Church, 105 University Avenue, and will feature the traditional music and dance of Khmer. For an informational flier click Cambodian Music Concert. To learn more about the performing group, visit www.kingdomofthelotus.com The concert is free to attend, but any donations received will benefit Daily Work! We look forward …
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