Sat, Sep 02|
Hope for Community Development Fundraising Dinner Event
You are cordially invited to Hope for Community Development’s Fundraising Dinner Event and the official launch of the Liberia Living and Learning Facility project for the Visually Impaired people in Liberia. This memorable evening will bring together 200 + community members, leaders, families, etc.
Time & Location
Sep 02, 2023, 6:00 p.m. EDT – Sep 03, 2023, 12:00 a.m. EDT
Kitchener, 65 Hanson Ave, Kitchener, ON N2C 2H6, Canada
About the Event
The event will be Hope for Community Development’s first Fundraising Dinner Event and the official launch of the Liberian Living and Learning Facility project for the Visually Impaired people in Liberia, one of the world's poorest nations that fought 14 years of civil war and it's still struggling economically. According to SIDA, in Liberia, 61% of the disabled population struggle with mobility, 24% are visually impaired, 7% are deaf and 8% have an intellectual or psychosocial disability.
This event will welcome leaders, community members, partners, professional guests from across Canada to celebrate and support this great project, through which visually impaired Liberians will be empowered.
Our goal is to raise $2.7 million to bring this purposeful dream to reality.
The event will be held on:
Date: Saturday September 2, 2023
Location: Family Centre
Address: 65 Hanson Avenue, Kitchener, ON, N2C 2H6
Time: 6:00pm until 12am.
Tickets cost: $50/personAbout The Liberian Visually Impaired Living and Learning Facility
The Liberian Visually Impaired Living and Learning Facility is a collaborative project led by Hope for Community Development in partnership with the Liberian National Commission on Disabilities (NCD), the Christian Association of the Blind, and the Deaf and Blind Association in Nimba United community District number 1 Montserrado county, Liberia. The international standard facility will be built in Liberia and will include a School, Clinic, Worship Centre, Playground, and Shelter.
We are taking bold steps towards bringing this purposeful dream to life. We are currently working with partners and stakeholders to fundraise and launch this incredible initiative of building better communities for the most vulnerable population in Liberia.
We are proud to have now assisted over 6,000 visually impaired youth and families with basic needs. We believe the last thing a visually impaired person should be worried about is food and shelter.
We are excited to have made significant progress towards launching the project for the Liberian Living and Learning Facility for the Visually Impaired.
Partnership has truly been our greatest resource. In spite of limited financial resources, we have found success through a sincere commitment to make the world a better place for everyone. Please join us in changing the lives of over 10,000 visually impaired people in Monrovia, Liberia.
You can please make a donation online at https://www.hope4cd.org/make-a-donation