Cowork Frederick to Celebrate 4 Years of Coworking Downtown with Charity Event

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Event will benefit the Student Homelessness Initiative Partnership (SHIP) of Frederick County

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Cowork Frederick will celebrate their 4-year anniversary on September 7 with a Birthday Bash & Charity Event that benefits the Student Homelessness Initiative Partnership (SHIP) of Frederick County.

The event, which is open to the public, is an opportunity to meet members of Cowork Frederick and learn more about why coworking is good for Frederick. Over 35 freelancers, teleworkers, and entrepreneurs come together to work from Cowork Frederick. Representatives from SHIP will also be there to talk about the urgent needs of homeless students in Frederick County's public schools and how you can help. Original paintings by local artist Tom Semmes will also be featured. The event will also include a silent auction featuring products and/or consultations contributed by Cowork Frederick members and local downtown businesses.

Tickets are $10 each, with net proceeds going to SHIP. Additional donations, which will go entirely to SHIP, are welcome.

Cowork Frederick is a collaborative working environment for independents, freelancers, entrepreneurs, and telecommuters. Like any office, Cowork Frederick provides the essentials you need to work: desk, chair, power, internet, printers, fax, etc. But Cowork is more than a place with office equipment. Cowork Frederick is people, side-by-side, connecting, sharing, learning, growing, working and having fun. For those that have struck out on their own but still want the support and camaraderie of others, Cowork Frederick could be just the place to assist with those needs. More at

SHIP of Frederick County is a public non-profit charity that provides urgent services to the hundreds of Frederick County Public School students experiencing homelessness each year. More at

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