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3 Ways YOU Can Start A Ripple Effect of Change This Thursday in Boston
  1. You will build a well in Liberia, and learn exactly how your donation makes a difference: Saran Kaba Jones, our 2011 Women Helping Women honoree, is the founder of FACE Africa, our implementing partner for the 2011 Women Helping Women project in Liberia. Saran will share her story and tell you about your project, so you know where your money is going and feel confident that your contribution is being used wisely.
  2. You join Women Helping Women, an international community of over 300 women in 8 countries whose conscience motivates them to help women around the world in their struggle for a better life for themselves and their families.
  3. Every woman – every drop – counts. It takes one voice to spread the word and make a difference. It starts with a drop – it starts with you!
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WOMEN HELPING WOMEN: Boston

An evening to improve the lives of women in Africa with access to clean water;
a celebration of global female cooperation.

Drinks, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, and raffle,
with prizes from La Perla, Moet-Hennessy, Greenvale Vineyards and the Red Sox

Featuring Voss Foundation Women Helping Women 2011 honoree
Saran Kaba Jones
Founder, FACE Africa*

Thursday, June 9   •   6 – 8 PM

Woodward at Ames
1 Court Street
Boston, Massachusetts

Purchase tickets online

For more information, please contact info@thevossfoundation.org.

Event Chairs: Kate Davis, Amy Canepa Donahue, Saran Kaba Jones, Nancy Parker Wilson

Host Committee: Arreen Andrew, Natasha Zanzhe Boye, Lydia Damon, Nora Dowley,
Elisabeth Lind Jones, Kristen Jurgenson, Bennett Gray Wilson

*Proceeds from this event will support Voss Foundation’s 2011 Women Helping Women
water project with FACE Africa in Liberia

For more information, please contact info@thevossfoundation.org

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