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Announcing Turning the Page's 8th Annual Gala

Seize the night at Carpe Noctem to support and celebrate TTP!

   When: Friday, October 24th from 6:00pm to 10:00pm

   Where: The Washington Post (1150 15th St, NW, Washington, DC 20071)

   What: Dancing, dining, drinking, and an extensive silent auction!

   Why: To celebrate Turning the Page's successes of the past year and raise funds for the year ahead. All gala proceeds will benefit TTP's family engagement programs in public school communities, empowering parents to become more active and effective participants in their children's education. Don't miss TTP's Parent of the Year announcement, which will be awarded at the gala as well!

   Tickets: $50 for young professionals (age 35 and under); $75 for professionals. 


purchase gala tickets here

Can't attend the gala this year but still want to support Turning the Page? Make a secure donation any time by clicking the "Donate Now" button on the right.
Thank you for your support!

Looking for information on Turning the Page's used bookstore Carpe Librum?

Visit www.carpelibrum.org

Visit the store in person:

1030 17th St. NW

Washington, D.C. 20006

      (Farragut North or Farragut West Metro Stations)

Monday - Friday: 11am - 7:30pm
Saturday: 11:30am - 6pm
(closed Sundays)

Connect with Carpe Librum on Facebook & Twitter

(And don't forget to review Carpe Librum on Yelp!)

Many thanks to the Lenkin Company for making Carpe Librum possible.

Keena Bass and daughter Khalia pot plants for seniors (via WUSA9)

Turning the Page on WUSA9's "Hero Central"

Turning the Page and two inspiring Parent Leaders were featured on WUSA9's "Hero Central" this week! The video features two prominent TTP Parent Leaders, Donna Stewart and Keena Bass, and highlights the work they've done with Turning the Page to create community-based service projects in Ward 8.

Click here to watch the video on WUSA9.

Donate Here!

Click the "Donate Now" link below to securely donate to Turning the Page. By linking D.C. public schools, families, and communities, together we can ensure that D.C. students receive valuable educational resources and a high-quality public education.
Thank you for your support.


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