Community Events for SOME
Included on this page are some of the recent and upcoming ways that local individuals and companies are supporting SOME and its programs for the homeless and poor in our community. This listing is not exhaustive, and SOME does not endorse or guarantee the events or products offered here.

If you, your business or your organization would like to host a community event for SOME, please contact Rebecca Potts-Dupre at [email protected] or at 202.797.8806, ext. 1131.

Dinner with Friends
Dinner with Friends

Dinner with Friends
November 4th – 20th
Ticket prices: $22 General Admission, $20 Students/Seniors/Military, $12 Youth (12 and under with adult)

Enjoy an evening of theater while supporting SOME! Buy a ticket to see Dinner with Friends and 10% of show proceeds will go to SOME’s Christmas Dinner Baskets initiative! Show description: Married couples Karen and Gabe and Beth and Tom have been best friends for years, raising their children like a family, sharing their summers at Martha’s Vineyard and dreaming how they will grow old together. Yet one evening at dinner, with Tom heading out of town, Beth breaks down and tells Karen and Gabe that her marriage to Tom is falling apart, starting a chain reaction as each one attempts to come to terms about their relationship with each other.


Monumental sTOURies
Sunday, October 16th, 2016
10:00am to 2:30pm

Explore Washington DC and support SOME! ​​ Our nation’s capital is full of magnificent sites, memorials, monuments, and museums that are bursting with American history and secrets. Starting Location: The tour begins on 15th Street NW, just steps from the NW corner of the Commerce Department and the intersection of 15th Street (300 block) and Pennsylvania Ave.  To learn more click here! 

Station Kitchen & Cocktails Special of the Day

Station Kitchen & Cocktails in Dupont Circle creates a special of the day. Every time you order the special of the day, 25 cents is donated to SOME. You’ll notice the special of the day is always served in a special bowl. The bowl was commissioned and created by students at the Corcoran School of Art.

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