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WildlifeDirect, Kenya Wildlife Service and Stand Up Shout Out are delighted to invite you to the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos on Saturday, the 3rd October 2015. This 10km walk will start at 8 am from the National Museums of Kenya to the Kenya Wildlife Service via Uhuru Highway and Langata road.
This march will end at 1pm and there will be some entertainment to cap it all.
The Rotaract Club of Nairobi Central hosts an annual Karaoke to fund raise for community service projects. This year’s event is dubbed #SingYourAge, and will be hosted at 24/7 Lounge (former Secrets) on the 3rd of October from 2-5 pm.
The proceeds for the event will go towards the clubs signature project, “A Girl A K A Year”, which purchases and distributes sanitary towels to girls school. The project is in its 5th year,and has enabled 3,125 less privileged girls in Kenya and recently in Uganda and Tanzania access sanitary towels, enabling them pursue education and other opportunities uninterrupted.
Come and be a gift to the world. Tickets cost Kes 300. For more information, interested participants can please contact the Club Service Director, Dennis Munene on 0726054043
In support of the Rotary Club of Kilifi Educational Fund
The event will be hosted by Big Ted and will include performances by: Octopizzo, Recap and Tear Drops
#PigaPichaMtoiAsome is an initiative for photographers to use their unique vision to promote slum child education through photography. In this exhibition, photos from the #PigaPichaMtoiAsome initiative will be
showcased to raise awareness about the barriers to education faced by children living in slums and the importance of achieving education for all.
The exhibition will focus on sharing the stories of children currently out of school and living in Kibera and ALL PROCEEDS will go towards sending these children to school. An auction of photographs from the exhibit will be held.
Webpage (Instagram): https://instagram.com/slumphotography/
Eric Wainaina’s Benefit Concert for CTIE Tangaza College, Jun. 27 2015 @ Tangaza University College – Langata
Beneficiaries of this event are students in the Christ the Teacher Institute for Education component of Tangaza University College. Fifty of these future teachers hail from Kibera (Kibra) and other slums of Nairobi and they cannot afford the necessary school fees.
All proceeds from this event will go to assist them in continuing their education.
Find more information on their Facebook Page
Dress code: Formal