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Benefit Concert & Silent Auction
Presented by WorldArts Gives

Han-Schneider International Children’s Foundation is teaming up with WorldArts Gives to unite our friends, family and music lovers for one night of live entertainment, food, drinks and so much more. With 100% of the proceeds benefiting our ongoing fight to stop hunger and illiteracy for children all across the globe. 

WorldArts Gives is the social responsibility entity under WolrdArts – a unique music platform that empowers artists by providing them the necessary resources to gain recognition and advance their musical careers. Their state of the art studio has created a place where fans can discover new music by amazing artists who are passionate about their music and craft. WorldArts is the foundation where new artists have the opportunity to land that next big role. Mark your calendars for this great event!

SAVE THE DATE
Saturday, November 19
7pm-10:30pm
$60/Ticket
(Includes Food, Open Bar, Silent Auction & Live Performances)

WorldArts Studio
500 Steller Dr. Suite 7
Culver City, 90232

 

More details including vendors, artist line-up and headliner to come!

 


 


Jenipha Larinyoni is a 6 year old girl who attends the Meserani Preschool in Meserani, Tanzania. Her favorite color is orange and her favorite subject in school is English. When she’s not at school her responsibilities at home include housekeeping. When she grows up she wants to be a teacher to give other girls like herself and her classmates a chance at an education. She lives in a small village about a 30 minute walk from school with her parents. Her favorite thing about attending the Meserani Mission Center is getting to read books.


Naomi Sindio is also a six year old girl who attends the Meserani Preschool. Her favorite color is blue.  Her favorite subject in school is math. Just like her co-student of the month, her favorite thing to do in school is read books. When Naomi grows up she wants to be a nurse. She lives in Meserani, only a 15 minute walk from her school, with her parents. She helps her mother by washing the family’s clothes.   

Children like Jenipha and Naomi have been given a chance at life, through OPERATION B.O.O.K., which provides a free quality education in addition to daily meals that keeps these precious children off the streets, active and healthy. The foundation for early childhood development has proven to help stop their cycle of struggle by paving the road to further their education and strive for a better future. We can continue to save lives by coming together through social awareness and action. 

Thank you for answering the call and giving our children hope for a better life. 

To become a monthly donor, please click on the "Donate" below.

 

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