Announcing the 3rd Livingstone Foundation Benefit Dinner
Livingstone is pleased to announce the 3rd Fundación Livingstone Benefit Dinner taking place November 21st at Westin Hotel Valencia.
The benefit dinner features an art auction, a raffle and a few surprises with the proceeds dedicated to providing equitable education and clean, safe water in remote, rural areas of Zambia. The dinner is a celebration of the achievements and breakthroughs the foundation is able to make thanks to the generosity of our supporters.
Founded in 2014, Fundación Livingstone was borne out of a passion for the people and cultures the founders encountered during their travels to the African continent.
Working closely with local organizations in sub-Saharan Africa to support education and water access projects, the Foundation partnered with Project Luangwa to build and maintain a primary school for over 500 children in Zambia. In an effort to provide careers for the children being educated, the foundation partnered with Chikowa Youth Development Center, a vocational training school. Finally, understanding the importance of clean water access lead to a partnership with Makolekole to fund the drilling of boreholes.
To attend, please rsvp with Stephanie Le Grand.
If you’d like to support the work but are unable to attend the event, click here or below to make a charitable, tax-deductible donation.
Stephen MilesCo-Founder, retired
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