Daughters of Christ Church presents Kathy Izard, an ECW Event
This event is for all women and girls of Christ Church and beyond, ages middle school and older. You can reserve your spot using this link. Registration is $15, which includes a reception, lecture and book signing with Kathy. This event will run from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Kathy Izard was an award-winning graphic designer for 20 years in Charlotte before launching the pilot program Homeless to Homes for the interfaith Urban Ministry Center in 2007. She led the city-wide effort to build Moore Place, Charlotte’s first permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless men and women. After Moore Place opened in 2012, Kathy worked on numerous civic projects most recently leading the development campaign for HopeWay, Charlotte’s first nonprofit residential mental health treatment center which opened in 2016. She wrote about her efforts in the memoir The Hundred Story Home which received the 2017 Christopher Award.