Please join us on September 23rd at 5:00pm for a fun packed evening benefiting the work of the Rafiki Village Project. Listen to music, dance, eat, drink, socialize with friends, bid on auction items, gamble on raffle tickets and learn about the Rafiki Village Project; all while supporting a good cause.|
The Rafiki Village Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. Its mission is to improve health, increase literacy, and promote economic prosperity in Tanzanian villages. The Rafiki Village Project is currently working in the village of Gijega , a rural community of subsistence farmers and pastoralists. Poverty, malnutrition, illiteracy, lack of access to clean water, and inadequate health care are among the challenges confronting the villagers. In the past year The Rafiki Village Project has funded the construction of a new school kitchen at the local primary school, worked with the community to start a school lunch program, funded the renovation of the schools classrooms, built a bathroom for the teachers, and funded a program for the purchase of antibiotics for the local health clinic. To learn more about the Rafiki Village Project visit our website at http://www.rafikivp.org/ or our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/rafikivp/?ref=br_rs
WHEN: Sunday, Sept 23th 5-8 pm
WHERE: Subud House, 3185 NE Regents Dr, Portland, OR 97212
MUSIC: Dance to the fiery rhythms of Portlands own Pa'lante Latin Jazz Quintet featuring Francisco Marmolejo and Nick Gefroh. Check them out: https://vimeo.com/251265010
COST: Free for children under 15 years old, $15 for people between ages 15-25, and a sliding scale with a $20 minimum for all others.
FOOD: Delicious African meal provided by Black Star Grill
BEVERAGES: Soft drinks, wine, beer & Brandons Amazing African Punch available for purchase.
EVENTS: The evening will include a short presentation that will update you on the Rafiki Village Projects 2018 projects. There will also be a silent auction and a raffle.
Subud House (View)
3185 NE Regents Dr
Portland, OR 97212
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|