The African Education Program's Annual Fundraiser
Join us for wine and hors d'oeuvres, meet special members of the African Education Program's local Zambian team, and enjoy a live blues rock performance.
May 23rd, 2018 | 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
The Saturday Club
117 W Wayne Ave | Wayne, PA 19087
Make a Donation...All proceeds benefit our local programs in Kafue, Zambia.
Mail Your Check
African Education Program
P.O. Box 6
Wayne, PA 19087
*$60 per person recommended for attendance
Joy Mweemba, Amos Youth Centre Executive Director
Joy joined the African Education Program and Amos Youth Centre in August 2016. She is responsible for implementing the vision, mission, strategy and goals of our local programs while also directing, managing and monitoring the youth center's day-to-day operations and program development.
"Our work has already transformed so many lives in the community. But we are on the cusp of being able to do so much more.”
Amos Youth Centre Alumni Leader
Smart Lungu joined the Amos Youth Centre as a youth member in 2008. In 2009, he was awarded a scholarship to help him complete high school. Due to his exceptional leadership and very good grades, Smart was then awarded a college scholarship to support him during his studies at Zambia's leading university. In January 2017, Smart graduated with a BA in Demography with Economics. He now works as a Research and Statistical Intern at Zambia's Central Statistical Office Headquarters.
Get ready to move! Berwyn-based rocking blues quartet "Blue Bizness" performs particularly high energy blues rock "and beyond," flavored with a dash of slide guitar, blues harmonica, and screamin' Fenders served up on a bed of rock-solid rhythm. "Blue Bizness" is immersed in the Philly area blues scene having played at Keswick Theater and The World Café Live.
Philanthropy is equally important to "Blue Bizness." Most recently, member Zig Zeller volunteered in Delmas, Haiti at St. Jude Clinic.