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A TASTE OF KENYA FUNDRAISER – MAASAI STYLE!  TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE!

A TASTE OF KENYA FUNDRAISER – MAASAI STYLE! TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE!

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September 26th, 2016

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PURCHASE TICKETS AT:  http://atasteofkenyaoct.eventbrite.com/

What is A Taste of Kenya?

*A Fundraiser to build an educational cultural center in Kenya, Africa
*A celebration of one of the most beautiful countries in the world
*A Night of Music, Dancing, Singing, and Joy!

Hosted by 100 Humanitarians
Emcee: TBA
Guest Performers: Afro Fusion, Jennifer Nicole Marco, Paul Cactus-Jack Le Mar, The Salt Lake Interfaith Choir, Moses Masoi – a Maasai Warrior from Kenya, and more!

100 Humanitarians is a group of entrepreneurs and individuals around the world collaborating to create opportunities, both locally and internationally, for education and personal development. We are committed to sustainable projects that support communities and preserve the culture of indigenous tribes.

100 Humanitarians began in 2015 as the humanitarian division of The Seven Pillars Foundation. The mission of 100 Humanitarians is “To mentor families globally through education and entrepreneurship in an effort to eliminate physical, mental, spiritual and emotional poverty, while preserving culture and tradition.”

Our focus for 2016 is to build a cultural center in Kenya, Africa to fulfill our mission. The objectives of the cultural center include:

· Provide education and protection to the Maasai people, one of the most indigenous tribes in the world

· Create a bridge for different communities with different cultures to include pure love, worthy trust, and voluntary cooperation

· Create a resource center where communities can learn and inspire one another through educational programs founded on the principles of the Seven Pillars Foundation

· Create a “Stories Café”, where the Maasai can research and document their families histories online for future generations

· Create a children’s haven, where children from the local Maasai community and children from 100 Humanitarians expeditions can have a once in a lifetime experience learning from each other

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