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The 7th Annual Asomugha Foundation, Inc. Gala: "Service Matters 2013"
Saturday, April 13, 2013 at 6:00 PM (PDT)
Los Angeles, CA
* $10,000 BRONZE LEVEL SPONSORSHIP AVAILABLE*
Please contact Antoinette Brown Leon at (310) 956 5979 or firstname.lastname@example.org for complete sponsorship details.
NO tickets will be sold at the door
Attire – Black Tie Optional
When: Saturday April 13, 2013
6:00pm – 7:00pm: VIP Reception and Silent Auction
7:00pm: Dinner & Awards Presentation
What: The 7th Annual Asomugha Foundation, Inc. Fundraising Gala. The Asomugha Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 dedicated to the dual mission of expanding the opportunities and aspirations of urban youth in America through education and providing economic and educational empowerment to orphans and widows in sub - Saharan Africa.
Who: The Asomugha Foundation, Inc. and supporters invested in the future of urban education and global humanitarianism
Kamala Harris, 32nd Attorney General of the State of California
David Pump and Dana Pump, Philanthropists and Entrepreneurs, Double Pump, Inc.
Myron Rolle, Rhodes Scholar, Professional Athlete and Philanthropist, Myron L. Rolle Foundation
Keynote Speaker: Omar McGee – Filmmaker and Founder, Executive Prep Academy
Master of Ceremony: Rich Eisen – NFL Network
Where: Millennium Biltmore Hotel
Millennium Biltmore Hotel
506 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Why: Close the Gap in Education and Development
All proceeds from this event directly benefit the Foundation’s two award winning programs: Asomugha College Tours for Scholars (ACTS) and Orphans and Widows In Need (OWIN). Read more about our mission and work at www.buildingtoday.org
Orphans and Widows In Need Asomugha College Tours for Scholars
***Ticket Purchase are Non-Refundable***
When & Where
The Asomugha Foundation, Inc.
The Asomugha Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization comprised of two programs: the Asomugha College Tour for Scholars, ACTS, an annual college tour and mentoring program that provides high-achieving high school students of color with the opportunity to visit college campuses across the country and Orphans and Widows in Need, OWIN, which provides aid to a growing population of widows and orphans who are among the most vulnerable on the continent of Africa. OWIN works to position widows and orphans for economic success and independence through education, spiritual guidance and vocational training. For more information visit