Opening Reception and Happy Hour on Capitol Hill

Join us on Capitol Hill as we kick off InterAction’s 30th Anniversary Forum! Mingle with members of Congress at our opening reception where we will acknowledge lawmakers who have been leaders in fighting poverty and we will honor Representative Ted Poe (R-TX) for his tireless efforts on Water for the World and foreign aid reform legislation. Engage with lawmakers and congressional staff in a relaxed, fun atmosphere while enjoying drinks, hors d’oeuvres and a live jazz performance by the Robert Redd Trio. It is sure to be an evening to remember! For more information, please contact Delyse Lawless at dlawless@interaction.org

 

5:30-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 10, 2014

United States Capitol
Room HVC-201
Washington, DC 20510

Things You Need to Know

Getting to Capitol Hill The Capitol Building is accessible via Metro, taxi, or car. There is very little public parking available. The nearest public parking facility is at Union Station, .7 miles to the north of the Capitol. If you are taking the subway, there are three subway stops found within walking distance of the Capitol:

  • Union Station – Located at First Street, NW, and Massachusetts Avenue
  • Capitol South – Located at First Street between C and D Streets, SE
  • Federal Center, SW – Located at the southwest corner of Third and D Streets, SW

For more detailed information, visit the Capitol Hill website at http://www.visitthecapitol.gov/plan-visit/getting-the-capitol.

Prohibited Items Please see this list of prohibited items in the Capitol Building.

Visitors with Disabilities This link provides special instructions for entering the building for those who have disabilities.

Visitor Center Map

U.S. Capitol Map

Forum 2014 Sponsors

CRSPADFPlanet AidRockefeller & Co.Global CommunitiesNCBA CLUSABuddhist Tzu Chi FoundationAga Khan FoundationIRD