Jubilee Gala Auction Item Fulfilled: Golf and Dinner for Two with Joe Theismann
From left to right Stuart Katz, Bruce Neal — donor of the golf game and lunch at Congressional Country Club, Former Champion Redskins Quarterback Joe Theismann, and buyer and Jubilee supporter Oscar Bronsther enjoying an auction item from The 2019 Jubilee Gala — Golf and Dinner for Two with Joe Theismann
Thank you to everyone who attended the Jubilee-Kensington Festival on June 23rd, 2019 to help wish Jubilee’s retiring Executive Director, Tim Wiens, a great retirement and welcome the new Executive Director, Steve Keener, to Jubilee.
Join Spirit Club at their Kensington Fitness Festival on July 28th! The Spirit Club Foundation is a local nonprofit dedicated to helping people of all abilities have access to adapted high-quality exercise and fitness opportunities.
Jubilee Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce a commemorative fundraiser to honor Executive Director, Tim Wiens’ legacy at Jubilee! The Giving Tree will contain brass leaves and foundation stones on which you can engrave a personalized congratulatory message to Tim.
On Saturday, May 11th, Jubilee gathered to celebrate Executive Director Tim Wiens’ 40 years of care and commitment to Jubilee and our mission!
“I very much appreciate being honored at the Gala this year for my 40 years of service to Jubilee…It has been a wonderful career in so many ways, and I am so proud of what we have created.” – Tim Wiens
More to come!
On April 30th, Jubilee announced the new Executive Director Steve Keener, exactly two months before Tim Wiens’ retirement. Steve, a former Jubilee Board member, comes to Jubilee from Special Olympics International where he served on the legal team for the past five years. He previously served as Chief Operating Officer for L’Arche Greater Washington, D.C. and in direct service at Mennonite Disabilities Committee. Steve assumes the responsibilities of the position on July 1, 2019.
That was the question that Karen Lehman, MHS President and CEO, and Su Flickinger, Consultant, asked a small group of people associated with Jubilee Association of Maryland, Inc. on March 16th! We had lunch at the Sullivan House, which will open soon to house three persons with developmental differences, in partnership with Potomac Community Resources. The enthusiasm was palpable!
Ruby Society members are donors who have made a commitment to Jubilee’s future as part of their own legacy by including Jubilee in their planned giving activities. These legacy gifts will transform lives of adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities by allowing Jubilee to continue providing the very best quality service while maintaining staff longevity.
We provide the highest-quality community-based residential services and supports for adults with developmental disabilities.
Jubilee Association of Maryland has served people who have developmental disabilities throughout Montgomery County, Maryland since 1978.
Jubilee Association of Maryland provides opportunities & support for adults with intellectual & other developmental disabilities to live in & enrich their community while fulfilling their personal, family, social, & spiritual needs.
The Association bases its work on a belief in the dignity and worth of all people, as well as their right to pursue happiness as full, respected members of our society.
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