Save Africa's Children is Set to Honor Bishop Charles E. Blake, Founder and CEO, at its Tenth Year Celebration
THIS IS A CELEBRATION OF THE CHARITABLE WORK THE ORGANIZATION IS CONDUCTING ON BEHALF OF CHILDREN AFFECTED BY HIV/AIDS, POVERTY, AND CONFLICT THROUGHOUT SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
Also slated to be honored are Denzel and Pauletta Washington, Earvin "Magic" and Cookie Johnson, Dr. La-Doris McClaney, and Dr. John Gregory. U.S. House of Representatives Congresswoman Karen Bass is set to be the Mistress of Ceremony and Joshua DuBois, Executive Director for the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, will be the Special Guest. South African well-known artist, Solly Mahlangu, will provide live entertainment. Award-winning photojournalist, Valerie Goodloe, will have her artwork displayed throughout the event.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Save Africa's Children (SAC) will host its 10th Year Celebration of the charitable work the organization is conducting on behalf of children affected by HIV/AIDS, poverty, and conflict throughout Sub-Saharan African and Haiti. This is the organization's fundraising event to support programs that provide care for these children.
The highly anticipated VIP Reception and Dinner will take place at The City Club/Wells Fargo Center, located at 333 S. Grand Avenue, 54th Floor, in Los Angeles, California on Thursday, December 6, 2012. Slated to be honored are West Angeles Church of God in Christ Pastor, Bishop Charles E. Blake; movie star and director, Denzel and his wife, stage actress, Pauletta Washington; businessman and NBA Legend, Earvin "Magic" and his wife, fashion designer, Cookie Johnson; businesswoman and philanthropist, Dr. La-Doris McClaney; and corporate leader and humanitarian, Dr. John Gregory. Congresswoman Karen Bass is set to be the Mistress of Ceremony and Joshua DuBois, Executive Director for the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, will be the Special Guest. South African well-known artist, Solly Mahlangu, will provide live entertainment. Award-winning photojournalist, Valerie Goodloe, will have her photos displayed throughout the event. Her photos will also be seen in a video presentation of SAC missions to Africa.
In acknowledging the work of SAC, Bishop Blake remarked, "This event will reveal and revere the extraordinary support and financial assistance the organization is providing for children affected by HIV/AIDS, poverty, and war throughout Sub-Saharan Africa."
"This evening is about giving hope, giving faith, and giving life to the most vulnerable population—the children," he added. Event Co-Chairs, Ron Carter and Mattie McFadden-Lawson, stated, "This is an event where we come to celebrate SAC and the outstanding work the organization is doing, while never losing sight of the tremendous work that still lies ahead in providing support programs for the children. Our fundraising efforts must remain focused on the children, and we are so appreciative of the support provided by our corporate sponsors and donors."
Because of the support of SAC's 10th Year Celebration Honorees, the organization has been able to launch several successful programs and make a difference in the lives of a significant population of children. These children vitally need the support and services SAC renders.
For more information about Save Africa's Children 10th Year Celebration and Ticket Sales, please visit www.saveafricaschildren.org.
ABOUT SAVE AFRICA'S CHILDREN
SAC is a 50l (c) (3) charitable organization and has assisted over 400 orphan care programs in 21 African nations, reaching over 200,000 AIDS-affected children. SAC is among the first and largest African-American founded organizations meeting the needs of vulnerable children in Africa. SAC is one of few U.S.-based charitable organizations channeling financial resources to small church-based, community, and grassroots groups throughout the African continent.
SAC expands the scope of care for AIDS orphans in Sub-Saharan Africa. SAC supports projects that strengthen the capacity of families and communities to provide care for AIDS affected children. SAC partners with African nationals serving on the frontlines of the AIDS epidemic to provide safe, compassionate, and productive alternatives through residential and community-based programs.
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