Become A Sponsor

Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home
Annual Garden Party Fundraiser

Platinum Sponsor at $10,000 and above

  • 10 complimentary tickets

  • Full page ad in program

  • Company logo on Home’s website with link to company website

  • Company/individual recognition in three monthly editions of the Home’s

  • E-newsletter: Living the Mission

  • Company/individual recognition on the Home’s Fiscal Year 2020 donor wall

Gold Sponsor at $5,000 and above

  • 6 complimentary tickets

  • Half page ad in program

  • Company logo on Home’s website with link to company website

  • Company/individual recognition on the Home’s Fiscal Year 2020 donor wall

Silver Sponsor at $2,500 and above

  • 4 complimentary tickets

  • Listing in program

  • Company logo on Home’s website with link to company website

  • Company/individual recognition on the Home’s Fiscal Year 2020 donor wall

Bronze Sponsor at $1,000 and above

  • 2 complimentary tickets

  • Company logo on Home’s website with link to company website

  • Company/individual recognition on the Home’s Fiscal Year 2020 donor wall

Friend Sponsor at $500 and above

  • 1 complimentary ticket

  • Company/individual recognition on the Home’s Fiscal Year 2020 donor wall

Corporate/individual Sponsorship Form

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CHECKS SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO LISNER-LOUISE-DICKSON-HURT HOME.

5425 Western Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20015
Attn: Development

LISNER-LOUISE-DICKSON-HURT HOME
BOARD MEMBERS FY 2020

Our History

In the 1930’s, Abraham Lisner and his wife, Laura, could not have predicted the extent to which their dream of providing a safe haven for the elderly poor of the nation’s capital would be realized. Known originally as Abraham and Laura Lisner Home for Aged Women, we are now referred to as the Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home. The latter names were added in tribute to three other foundations, with very similar missions, which embraced the Home’s charitable philosophy by becoming and remaining, to date, our largest contributors. Today, the Home offers a wide range of personalized short-term, long-term, and rehabilitative care to a diverse population of 100+ women and men within the comfortable, private surroundings of its historic residence in Washington, D.C.

Abraham and Laura
Lisner Home for Aged Women

Matthew Frumin, President
Robert Cooper, Vice President
Marnie Kagan, Treasurer
Christine Hobbs, Secretary
Tom Dillon
Barbara Ingraham
Patricia Johnson
Carolyn Nazdin
Haydn Richards
Christopher Tawa
L. Ward Orem (ex-officio)

The Louise Home
(Affiliated 1976)

Philip O’Donoghue, President
Philip Israel, Jr.
Virginia Pascoe

The John Dickson Home
 (Affiliated 1985)

Terence W. Collins, President
Art Elgin
Jean Hartman
Barbara Ingraham
Patricia Johnson

Abraham and Laura Lisner
Home for Aged Women 
Emeritus Board of Directors 

B. Bernei Burgunder, Jr. 
Eva Nash
David Povich 
Matthew Tobriner
Gretchen Wharton

The Henry and Annie Hurt Home
for the Blind (Affiliated 1993)

Terence W. Collins, President
Barbara Ingraham
The Rev. Dr. William Hague

The Elizabeth R. Shoemaker Home
(Affiliated 2006)

Terence W. Collins, President
Stephanie deSibour
Tom Dillon
Margaret Eastman
Barbara Ingraham
Patricia Johnson
Judith Martin

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