Imprint Buffalo: A Benefit for Jericho Road Ministries

This Thursday is Imprint Buffalo, the annual night out to benefit Jericho Road Ministries (www.jrm-buffalo.org). According to Eric Budin, Director of Development for Jericho Road, it's a night you don't want to miss. From the Burmese food and the classic fall desserts to the short but inspiring and informative address by founder Dr. Myron Glick, to the beautiful setting in the Westminster Presbyterian Church on Delaware Avenue, (with by the way plenty of parking to accommodate the expected hundreds of guests) the annual address is something you don't want to miss. You'll have an opportunity to hear about Jericho Road Ministries and Jericho Road Medical Practice and the merger of the two ministries to position the ministry to potentially receive federal grants as a "Federal Qualified Health Center," according to Budin. This status will continue to enable the ministry to serve the community regardless of health insurance and could also save millions of dollars for our community that would normally be paid out for uninsured emergency room visits.
     "Imprint Buffalo is a chance for people to hear about what is happening in the city of Buffalo and a chance for people to be involved. From becoming an advocate or a volunteer, to being a financial contributor, all are welcome to hear about what the ministry is doing to better our community," explained Budin who is expecting over 400 guests to the two evening open houses. The first evening session is from 5:30-7, the second from 6:30-8 at Westminster Presbyterian Church at 724 Delaware Avenue in Buffalo. Tickets are $25.