Africa Rocks: A benefit event for water

12072583_10153689252607342_3079439294403835203_nAfrica Rocks: A benefit event for water

Sponsored by Hobgoblin Tokyo, Shooters Nagoya and Hobgoblin Kobe.

HOPE for AFRICA!

Come and enjoy a day of great music, delicious food, special drinks, while supporting a great cause!

Thirty years ago artists in London and Philadelphia performed at Live Aid to help North Africa, which was overwhelmed by famine, disease and droughts. Fast forward 30 years where the inspiration has culminated to bring artists in Tokyo, Nagoya, and Kobe to gather for 18 hours of entertainment (6 hours at each location!). This spectacular event will help 6,800 people in Tsayte, Ethiopia gain access to clean water and on their way towards becoming self-reliant.

HOPE International Development Agency has announced the support of the Hobgoblin (Roppongi, Tokyo), Shooters (Sakae, Nagoya), and the Hobgoblin (Sannomiya, Kobe). Through their generosity, each will be hosting and assisting in the success of these fun-filled events.

Ticket sales will support Tsayte get clean water!

The minimum ticket fee are…

Pre-order: 1000 yen adults / 500 yen students (free under 5)
At the door: 1500 yen adults / 750 yen students (free under 5)

Other ways you can enjoy contributing:

Enjoy our special cocktail “Africa Rocks” – 100% of proceeds to project
Food and drinks – 10% of sales to project
Contribute TIPS in the TIP jar or at your table when you pay – 100% to project

All of this incredible entertainment, food, drinks and fun helps!

Here’s how:
Three years ago HOPE International Development Agency installed a clean water system in Tsayte’s neighboring village, Laka.

Lives were changed!
Health has improved!
The school is full every day!
And the people of Laka have begun their ascent out of poverty towards a better life.

The situation is starkly different for the people of Tsayte. They are still waiting for clean water…

Change is coming!

Rise of Laka is a film that highlights the changes in Laka, the village next to Tsayte, which was provided water system 3 years ago. Mackenzie Sheppard Productions and Name Media bring us this glimpse into the life of the people of Laka, and how water has given new life to the people there.

Africa Rocks is part of a three month HOPE for AFRICA campaign aimed to raise money for Tsayte. Our aim; to help 6,800 inhabitants of the remote village of Tsayte. With your generosity, we will be able to drop child mortality rates, reduce disease, and help families in becoming self-reliant like our friends in Laka.

For more information on our campaign and ways you can help, please visit our website www.hope.or.jp

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