Under African Skies
March 20th 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
MOSI : Museum of Science & Industry (map)
Light Village Schools – 2015 Campaign to Transform Lives Through Education
Come out and enjoy a brilliant performance by the Dundu Dole African Children’s Choir! We’ll have light food, powerful stories, and our keynote speaker – author Kathy LeMay, Founder and CEO of Raising Change.
Meet and greet at 6:30 pm, program begins at 7:00 pm.
Stick around after the program for a FANTASTIC shopping experience at our Africa TrAID marketplace featuring thousands of unique, hand-made, fair-trade gifts and products produced by One City’s 200+ artists.
- Attire: African or After Five
- Complimentary parking in the main parking area
- Cash bar provided by MOSI… cash only!
- Cash, checks and all major credit cards accepted for Africa TrAID shopping.
NOTE: We have numerous sponsorship and branding opportunities available, starting at $500. Please click here if you’d like to explore those possibilities!
Thanks to our current sponsors: One Call Heating & Air, theChapel, The Water Team – 2012, 2013, 2014, Edward Jones, Transformed Lives Counseling, Richard A. Gilbert, Clear Vision Signs & Systems, The Light Team – 2014, Pathnostics, The Ranson Family, Smith and Associates Real Estate, Gary and Pam Winchester, The McMillan Family, Shannon Gardiner, Team Agape – 2014, George and Melissa Conda, eLogic Learning, Ashwood Media Team.
With a global impact strategy…
One City Ministries was founded in 2008 to battle the systemically-entrenched poverty that exists in developing countries. This poverty is always accompanied by an interconnected web of oppressive conditions that jeopardize life. Though a few of these countries may be experiencing the beginnings of economic stability, the vast majority of their populations are left behind in an extreme state of vulnerability without opportunity or voice. This must change!
To accomplish its God-sized goals, One City’s founders, Mike and Debbie Gilbert, launched a comprehensive set of coordinated programs to break down the foundations of poverty, replacing them with durable foundations of empowerment and sustainable independence. One City’s unique approach is to holistically address the issues which trap people in poverty. Our programs tackle the problems of nutrition, economics, agricultural practices, social and gender injustices, as well as the spiritual, character, and leadership development of the individual.
We invite you to familiarize yourself with One City’s strategies, philosophies, and accomplishments. After doing so please consider partnering with us in our quest to end poverty and social injustice.