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Project Monma Fundraising Dinner - Riverton WA - This DO has finished

Project Monma Fundraising Dinner - Riverton WA
 5 Jul, 2014 - 5 Jul, 2014
 Sat 6:30pm - Sat 11:00pm
  Dinner

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Join us on a fundraising formal dinner raising money for women In Central Africa. Guests will be treated to pre- dinner drinks, a delicious 3 course meal served by the renown Eunors catering , as well as live entertainment including local singers, dancers, a raffle draw with the first prize as a plane ride over perth and much more. V

IP guests will be made to feel extra special with front seating with a great view of the all our entertainment and special gift bags just for them. VIP tickets have limited availability. Don't miss out! We aim to make this an enjoyable and entertaining night for our guests, but it's all for a good cause.

Discrimination and poverty are two of the greatest challenges facing women throughout the developing world. 

Project MonMa (which means “independent woman” in the Acholi language from Northern Uganda) aspires to help women and girls to overcome poverty and discrimination by creating small collectives of women to work together to make local handicrafts. The funds generated through the sales of these handicrafts are used to help us continue supporting the women’s groups and to fund a girl’s scholarship program to help get girls go to university. Our aim is to economically empower women so they can be more active in making choices in their lives, to help girls go to school and to generate awareness about the specific issues facing women in these areas. 

Help us help raise funds to support this great cause. All funds raised will go to helping these women in their businesses and to helping create a scholarship program for young women to university.

Any donations will be greatly accepted, donations are online at projectmonma.org


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 Lindsey Hendersonorganiser
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Project MonMa (which means “independent woman” in the Acholi language from Northern Uganda) aspires to help women and girls to overcome poverty and discrimination by creating small collectives of women to work together to make local handicrafts. The funds generated through the sales of these handicrafts are used to help us continue supporting the women’s groups and to fund a girl’s scholarship program to help get girls go to university. Our aim is to economically empower women so they can be more active in making choices in their lives, to help girls go to school and to generate awareness about the specific issues facing women in these areas.

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