180 for 180 Degrees: Fun, food, steaks and auction for a good cause

Jerry Woods bids on a Live Auction item Photos provided by: Davin Brandt

180 for 180 Degrees, a non-profit organization, hosted an evening of fun, food, steak, and auctions, all for a good cause. For over 40 years, 180 Degrees has been turning lives around. Recently, the organization embarked upon getting 180 friends together for its first annual fund-raiser to bring awareness to 180 Degrees’ programs and services.  The grand event took place at J.D. Hoyt’s Supper Club in downtown Minneapolis. Over 160 guests attended this event, which celebrated the work 180 Degrees provides for sexually-exploited girls, homeless youth, and men who have recently been incarcerated.

180 Degrees has supported men leaving prison, provided emergency shelter for homeless and at-risk youth, advocated for kids and families, and provided shelter for sexually-exploited young girls. To learn more about 180 Degrees, visit www.180degrees.org.

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Tigner is Media personality, Inspirational & Motivational writer based in Atlanta, Georgia

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