Good news: you don’t have to speak a word of French to get involved with a spiffy opportunity brought to you by French Hall. From Alicia Gansley ’15:
French Hall will be having an event on October 17th to benefit Shining Hope for Communities. We are looking for performers of any kind for the event. It would be a great help to us and it’s for an amazing cause. No need for your performance to be related to French at all, but that would be a plus (Times are flexible; if you have any interest at all please shoot me an email and we’ll work something out!).
Please email agansley(at)wesleyan(dot)edu if you or your group is interested.
Deadline: ASAP (event is on Wednesday, October 17)
Interested in getting involved with Shining Hope for Communities this semester? Want to learn more about The Kibera School for Girls, Kennedy Odede ’12, and what SHOFCO-Wesleyan is all about? Come to our first meeting, Tuesday (tomorrow) at 9pm in 200 Church. New members are welcome. See you there! (Click here, too, for an interview with Odede about SHOFCO and his pending book deal.)
- WHEN?: Tomorrow (Tuesday, 31 January) @ 9pm
- WHERE?: 200 Church Street
BZOD EDIT, 6:32 PM, 11/3/11: The number to which text donations should be sent, below was previously listed as 8088. This was an error; the actual number is 80088. The change has been made below. That is, text “Give 8954” to 80088 to donate $10 to SHOFCO. Original post below:
SHOFCO (Shining Hope for Communities, founded and run by Kennedy Odede ’12, for those of you who don’t know) is a finalist in the The Girl Effect Challenge, for which they have until November 15 to participate. Donation from lots of people can help SHOFCO win (they need the most unique donors) Go to this website to donate! Your donation could help SHOFCO win thousands of dollars. You can also text “Give 8954” to 80088 to donate $10. For more information on SHOFCO’s mission or the challenge in general, read past the jump: