True Thabo will be hosting its first annual benefit cocktail party to raise money for the installation of a well in a remote Zambian village, providing a lifetime of clean water to the community. The cocktail party will be held on Friday, February 22, 2019, at The Cranford Social from 7 – 10 PM. Tickets include a three-hour open bar, delicious appetizers, tons of giveaways and opportunities to learn more about True Thabo’s work. Tickets are $50 for ages 21+ and $25 for ages under 21. 100% of all proceeds go directly to the installation of a well and community education lessons on the importance of clean drinking water to the Jenga village, a remote community in Eastern Zambia.
This non-profit organization was founded by local Cranford resident, Marissa Frank, a 2014 graduate of Cranford High School. True Thabo is a registered 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that provides clean drinking water programs and sanitation lessons to schools and communities in Eastern Africa s they work toward making clean water a right, not a privilege. All donations are 100% tax deductible. Tickets for the fundraiser may be purchased at https://truethabo.org/
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