CBM Executive Vice President Debbie May generated $400 in donations for Mid-County United Ministries by developing an inspired lunch networking and presentation event on Thursday, October 17 featuring guest speaker Susy Elder Murphy.
Murphy, owner of Debra Levy Eldercare Associates, led a presentation at CBM’s Bethesda, MD office for retirement-aged individuals, or those nearing retirement, on financial and life decision-making at the end of one’s career. One key focus area was whether to remain in one’s home or move to a community of peers or caregivers.
The well-received presentation was preceded by a lively lunch event in CBM’s kitchen for the 25 attendees to network with each other and with the presenter. Attendees were asked to make a voluntary donation in support of their participation when they registered.
Mid-County United Ministries provides crisis relief to individuals in need in the Maryland communities of Silver Spring, Wheaton, Kensington, Rockville and Aspen Hill by offering food, medicine, eviction prevention and utilities.
Individuals interested in learning more about or volunteering with Mid-County United Ministries are encouraged to visit their website at https://mumhelp.org/.