‘All-Star’ Breakfast To Help Low Income Families

DENVER (CBS4) – A local organization working to help low income single parent families move toward self-sufficiency is preparing for their all-star breakfast.

CEO and president of Warren Village, Sharon Knight, and Joanie Fresquez, a former Warren Village resident stopped by CBS4 studios to talk about the event and Warren Village. They also have information about how to get involved in the all-star breakfast. Watch the interview in the video below.

Warren Village helps low-income single parents by providing subsidized housing, on-site child care and career development. The All-Star Breakfast on April 28th at the Seawell Ballroom will benefit Warren Village featuring NFL coach Dick Vermeil and CBS4′s Gloria Neal. The event will include the sale of Platters that Matter. The platters are created by children that live in Warren Village. To learn more about the All-Star Breakfast, click here.

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  1. Vickie Michaels says:

    I have know Joanie since 2005 and she has worked hard on her recovery and taking it serious. I remeber the days when she felt she could not go on. I thank god that there is a Warren Village to help these mothers to get help for them and there children. I am so proud of Joanie and she will do great helping other women get there lives in order.

    Vickie Michaels

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