FACE Africa to Host 3rd Annual Gala to Fund Clean Water Efforts

Share Article

Non-profit organization dedicated to providing access to clean drinking water and empowering women in rural Liberia will host its third annual Clean Water Benefit Gala on Thursday, March 22nd at the St. Regis New York.

FACE Africa, a Boston, MA-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing access to clean drinking water and empowering women in rural Liberia will host its third annual Clean Water Benefit Gala on Thursday, March 22nd at the St. Regis New York. The evening will feature a cocktail reception, dinner, art auction and entertainment. Funds raised at this year’s event will support a new initiative to provide access to clean water and sanitation facilities to the entire county of Rivercess, one of the poorest and least developed counties in Liberia.

FACE Africa is pleased to announce that the 2012 Gala Honoree is Lisa Lovatt-Smith, founder of OrphanAid Africa. Ms. Lovatt-Smith is an acclaimed writer and a former editor at Vogue (UK, Spain) who moved to Ghana to tackle the African orphan crisis. Entertainment journalist and presenter Quddus will host the evening’s program. The FACE Africa Gala host committee and attendees include Jeffrey Wright, Whitney Port, Oluchi Orlandi, Ashley Bush, long-time FACE Africa supporter Dikembe Mutombo, Claudia Chan, Lauren States, and Jacqueline Adams. “We are delighted to host our 3rd Annual Gala on United Nations World Water Day and excited about our New York City debut. We continue to be humbled by the growing support for this event,” said Saran Kaba Jones, founder and executive director of FACE Africa.

Leading sponsors include Kenneth Jay Lane, Proctor and Gamble, Uber, Voss Water and Eaton Vance Investment Managers. For additional event details and updates, please visit: http://www.faceafricagala.com.

About FACE Africa
FACE Africa is a nonprofit organization that works to provide access to clean and safe drinking water to communities in Liberia where millions suffer from waterborne illnesses. Since 2009, FACE Africa has implemented water and sanitation projects in rural Liberia that have benefited thousands. The organization also works to empower women through education and skills training. For additional information, visit http://www.faceafrica.org.

For further information, please contact:
Kou Moore
PR and Media Coordinator
Direct Email: ps(at)peppersoup(dot)info
General Inquiries: press(at)faceafrica(dot)org

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Kou Moore
FACE Africa
617-868-2520
Email >
Visit website