Saturday, May 19, 2018

Join us next year in May  2019, 

as we celebrate our  2nd Annual"MI Community Gala".


We advocate for, and support, C.w.H.I.P. participants and low-income Community members through our free programs and services.


The event will be a formal ball and attended by several local and national high-profile guests. It will feature a seated dinner, raffles, silent auctions, and music. 


We will also be honoring the lives and efforts of the community members we serve as well as those who support our mission with the:​​

  • Founders Award 

  • Community Inspiration Award

  • Outstanding Volunteer Award 

  • Outstanding Philanthropist or PhilanthropicGroup 

  • Reliford T. "Buddy" Byrd Scholarship Award(s)

Information regarding sponsorship and advertising opportunities is available by emailing or calling 240-825-4868.

Mistaken Identity Foundation (MI) was founded by business owner, Sheri M. Green in 2013 while working on a government contract to provide workforce development for low-income young adults in Baltimore City.  The foundation was born out of a real-time recognition of the lack of understanding regarding the opportunity being presented and the inability to change their mindset, break old habits or learn life skills.

What differentiates Mistaken Identity Foundation from other community organizations is that while they fund critically need training initiatives that raise awareness and funds to help reshape the mindset of low-income citizens and children who have incarcerated parents (C.w.H.I.P.) through our free and low-cost programs and services.

MI helps identify positive leverage that can children of incarcerated persons, assist teens, young adults and 1st-time offenders course correct their thoughts and actions as well as help offenders re-adjust to home life, breaking old habits, obtaining work skills and gaining/maintaining employment.


We hope you join us in our mission by attending, purchasing a table, sponsoring the event, or sponsoring tickets for young survivors to attend.