Leidos DSI would like to cordially invite you to our IQ and Broadnet Reception on April 25. Please join us for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres in celebration of the IQ and Broadnet integration! Attendees will learn about Access Live, Broadnet's telephone town hall offering, and how it seamlessly integrates with IQ. With Access Live you can reach everyone everywhere, whether it's by landline, mobile, live stream, or social media–all you need is a phone and an internet connection. RSVP now to stay updated on all things Broadnet and IQ before the event.
The Academy for Radiology & Biomedical Imaging Research (ARBIR) invites you to join us for the Medical Imaging Technology Showcase on the evening of April 30! RSVP by clicking here or emailing CRDFellow1@dc-crd.com to reserve your space. Come learn about advances in cutting-edge medical imaging technology through hands-on displays, academic research posters, and personal interactions with researchers, patients, and industry partners. Discover how federally-funded research supports the development of these impactful innovations from various perspectives.
This widely attended event will showcase research made possible by the National Science Foundation. Register at https://cnsf2019.ticketbud.com/cnsf2019
We’ll discuss confusing financial situations and key tools like budgeting and debt management, ways to invest during the current environment, and much more. Each event will be hosted at The Yard, a beautiful new space at 700 Pennsylvania Avenue SE in the heart of Eastern Market and just steps off the House side of Capitol Hill. The events will include a one hour presentation with time for audience questions, as well as an hour of networking.
Join us on June 3rd for a congressional documentary screening, sponsored by the Jeffrey Modell Foundation! RSVP by clicking here. Food and beverages will be served in compliance with regulations. Young parents Fred and Vicki Modell are overjoyed by the arrival of their first child, a perfect baby boy they name Jeffrey. But just months later, it becomes clear that something’s wrong. Jeffrey is diagnosed with a rare disease that leaves him frequently sick and perilously susceptible to even the most common cold. He begs his parents to ‘do something’ and though they desperately try, Jeffrey ultimately succumbs to his illness at the age of 15. Out of their devastating loss, Fred and Vicki turn to their enduring love for each other to find the strength to fulfill their promise to Jeffrey and they resolve to ‘do something.’
On April 17, 2019 The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) and the Hospice Action Network will host a celebratory reception for hospice and palliative care leaders, advocates, and supporters to cap off NHPCO’s 2019 Leadership and Advocacy Conference. NHPCO CEO & President Edo Banach, the Hospice Action Network Advocacy Team, and other guest speakers will make brief remarks. A photographer and photobooth will be provided, and drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served. Come celebrate with us!
There will be a reception with food and drinks at 5:30 p.m. The film will screen at 6:00 p.m. Event ends at 9:00 p.m. Join us for a screening of the new feature documentary "Rigged: The Voter Suppression Playbook." The film will be followed by a discussion on voting rights with leading experts in the field. There will be a reception with food and drinks at 5:30 p.m. The film will screen at 6:00 p.m. Event ends at 9:00 p.m. RSVP
Mark your calendar! The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures cordially invites you to attend the NALAC Latino Arts Leadership Reception on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00pm. The Reception will celebrate Congress’ support for the arts and recognize the participants of the 2019 NALAC Advocacy Leadership Institute.
Join CHCI leadership, alumni and special guests at the 2019 Spring Congressional Internship Program Graduation & Reception honoring and celebrating the achievements of the 2019 Spring Internship class.
You are invited to celebrate responsibly with Responsibility.org, the Distilled Spirits Council, and Tommy McFly! Download our Virtual bar app from the App Store or Google Play before the event and have a responsible night! Free games and Appetizers. Cocktails provided by the Distilled Spirits Council.
You’re invited to an evening reception celebrating the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neutrotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative and researchers who are helping advance our understanding of the body’s most complex organ. By accelerating the development and application of innovation technologies, researchers will be able to produce a revolutionary new dynamic picture of the brain that, for the first time, shows how individual cells and complex neural circuits interact in both time and space. This will lay the groundwork for new treatments for brain-related afflictions. This event will give yo uthe opportunity to learn about this exciting public-private program and meet BRAIN-funded researchers. RSVP
Join us on the evening of April 9 on Capitol Hill for a reception to introduce the Transatlantic Economy 2019 report. The report underlines the tremendous impact of the economic relationship between the United States and Europe in terms of job creation, trade, and foreign direct investment across all 50 States. The reception will feature remarks by Congressional leaders to underscore the vitality of the world’s largest bilateral commercial relationship.
Members of Congress and their staffs are invited to a briefing on the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC). The session will feature NMTC practitioners, who will share information on their work, answer questions on the program, and discover the recently introduced NMTC Extension Act of 2019 (H.R.16803/S.750). A reception will take place following the briefing. RSVP to Beverly Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
Congressman Mike Kelly and Congressman Thomas Suozzi wish to cordially invite you to attend a reception and discussion highlighting the benefits of hiring young adults on the autism spectrum. This will include a showing of the documentary film, “This Business of Autism”. The film emphasizes the need for federal investment in supporting inclusive employment opportunities and the societal benefits of providing meaningful employment for those on the spectrum. It is estimated that 70% - 90% of adults with autism are unemployed or underemployed, and that 500,000 adults with autism will become workforce age in the next ten years.
Hard to believe 2019 is the year we celebrate 60 fulfilling years of statehood. This deserves a celebration! Alaska State Society and our sponsors will be hosting a Hill reception in conjunction with our annual Cherry Blossom Festival reception.
The reception will honor the contributions of frontline health workers around the world and the essential nature of their work to advance U.S. and global health priorities. We also hope to educate Congressional representatives on frontline health workforce strengthening issues around the world and amplify the voices of frontline health workers in the political sphere.
Please join the bipartisan Congressional UXO/Demining Caucus to learn about life-saving U.S. humanitarian demining programs, and to celebrate the vital work being conducted by the Department of State, Department of Defense, USAID, and partner organizations. The event will be held on Wednesday, April 3rd from 4-6pm in the Rayburn House Office Building Foyer and will feature hands-on displays of cutting-edge demining equipment, protective gear, and a demining dog team. Please RSVP.
Tuesday Evening's Congessional Reception brings together advocates, elected officials and industry representatives. This year's Rail Passenger Association Gold Spike Awards will be presented to US Senators Michael Bennet (CO), Cory Gardner (CO), Martin Heinrich (NM), Jerry Moran (KS), Pat Roberts (KS), and Tom Udall (NM), for their collective efforts during 2018 to preserve Amtrak's Southwest Chief and for their support of Amtrak's National Network! The Reception will be held in Room 106 of the Dirksen Senate Office Building.
Save the date for an evening showcase as we explore the intersection of technology and health care delivery to address pressing health care challenges, including rising rates of chronic disease, social determinants of health, and opioid abuse. Join us to experience first-hand how the Blue Cross and Blue Shield system is inventing the future of health.
Each year at AIDSWatch, the organizers recognize community leaders and legislators who have gone above and beyond in the response to the HIV epidemic at the Positive Leadership Awards Reception. We encourage you to join us celebrating the accomplishments of this year's recipients.
Join RCAP as we celebrate members of Congress who have advocated on behalf of rural America. Attendance will not be permitted without prior registration. No federal funds are used for the RCAP Congressional Champions Reception. RSVP
The Department of Energy’s National Laboratories: Strengthening America through Science and Technology Innovation
Please join the House National Labs Caucus to hear from the Under Secretary of Science, and a diverse and distinguished panel, for a discussion about the significant contributions of the National Lab system to the strength and security of America. As the appropriations process begins to pick up, we would like you to understand that continued federal investment in basic research is necessary for our nation’s continued success. We hope you will join us for this important and timely briefing. Please RSVP to Thomas Phillips at email@example.com.
Join the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. (CBCF) as they celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Sojourner Truth Legacy Project. CBCF will host this event in observance of National Women's History Month to pay homage to the women of the Congressional Black Caucus in the 116th Congress.