Channel 9 Anchor Erica Bryant will host The Charlotte Post Foundation’s 2019 Charlotte Post Best Banquet on Sat., October 5 in Uptown Charlotte.
Charlotte Post Best Banquet Highlights
- 2019 Luminary is Dr. Ophelia Garmon-Brown. She's a physician and chief minister who heals both physically and spiritually. For healing and for promoting opportunity, Garmon-Brown will be honored with The Charlotte Post Foundation's highest award at its banquet Oct. 5 at the Hilton Center City. Garmond-Brown, a board-certified family physician and chief community wellness and health equity executive at Novant Health, also holds a master's degree in divinity and is an associate minister at Charlotte's St. Luke Baptist Church.
- Proceeds from the fundraising event support the Foundation’s 3 C’s programming efforts: Corrective, Continuing and Community education. To learn more about the Foundation and to sponsor or purchase tickets, log into www.ThePostFoundation.org or call (704) 376-0496.
Date: Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019
Time: Event begins at 6:00 p.m.
Location: Hilton Charlotte Center City, 222 E. 3rd St., Charlotte, NC 28202
ABOUT THE CHARLOTTE POST FOUNDATION
The Charlotte Post Foundation hopes to become the premier link to resources and expertise that help create life-changing educational opportunities for African-American youth.
There are three components of the Foundation’s mission.
Convening the community with the proper expertise and resources to discuss issues negatively impacting the African-American community and help seek solutions that will have positive impact in those areas of healthcare, education, crime and economic equity.
Applying skills, knowledge and research to assist African-American youth with their early educational development.
Awarding college scholarships to eligible African-American seniors in Mecklenburg and Wake Counties, who aspire to further their quest for a quality education.
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