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Jazz for Peace™ kicks off 7th tour of Africa with landmark events for GREAT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT!
Concerts in Nairobi and Kisumu Regions of Kenya to feature Rick DellaRatta in performance, clinic. and lecture.
By: Jazz for Peace™
About GCD Kenya: Great Community Development is a Community based non-profit, non-charitable organization for Orphans, abandoned, abused, desperate and neglected street Children's regardless of religion, Sex, color or tribe, through parental love, spiritual care, rehabilitation and non-formal education, we nature them to unleash their full potential towards living a good life based on self-reliance.
It all began in 2015, profoundly touched by the plight of Orphans and the growing number of street Children's, Mr. Fredrick O. Ouma "Wuod Kano maka Caro" and Mr. Joseph started GREAT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AFRICA organization and opened a Orphanage home in Nyangande Kano Kisumu & Murmalanga Village in Siaya. After that we decided to open a ORPHANAGE HOME LEARNING CENTRE in NAIROBI and committed to a life long journey to transform and uplift destitute Children's in the Slums.
Mr. Fredrick O. Ouma Africa Project's Manager started with 13 Children's and for today 370 Children's in Nairobi home under Great Community Development ORG protection and care ,most of whom have been admitted are rescued from the surrounding Slums of Mowlem, Korogocho, Mathare, Kawangware, Kibera and Kangemi in Nairobi.
MISSION STATEMENT - SUPPORT US GREAT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CBO ORGANIZATION. Donation is the source of funding to sustain Children's Great Community Home , your donations will go to FUND the following:
*Food Maize, beans, rice, Vegetables, fruits, cooking oils, sugar and etc.
*Medical Care on monthly treatment check-up to Children's.
*Children's Home /Schools infra - Structural maintenance.
*Schools supplies like text /exercise books, stationery, Sports Equipments and etc.
*Salaries for teachers and staffs.
*Opening cost : Phone bills, transport, utilities, Professional fees and etc .
Children's are seeding from the Devine, with love and care, every seeding, however poor, neglected and oppressed, is capable of growing into a mighty oak tree. We are Great Community Developers & gardeners who nurture Oaks out of destitute. For more information please visit: https://www.greatcommunitydevelopment.org and see the entire itinerary for Rick DellaRatta & Jazz for Peace™ as designed by and for our Empowerment Grant Recipient GCD Kenya here: https://jazzforpeace.org/
About Rick DellaRatta & Jazz for Peace™: Jazz for Peace founder Rick DellaRatta is now considered by many to be one of the finest Singer/Pianists performing today and one of only a handful of Jazz Artists who can make a successful musical presentation to a large audience without having to abandon the true art form of Jazz. His recent Africa/India tour won the Hark Award for outstanding Documentary Project; was included on The Foundation Center's list of top musician philanthropists with Bono, Elton John, Peter Gabriel, and Sting; and most recently has been chosen to receive the 2019 Funvic Europa Cultural Achievement Award to be officially presented to Rick and JFP on September 14, 2019 in Rome, Italy. Rick and his group JAZZ FOR PEACE™ have been quoted in numerous publications ranging from USA's NJ JazzList & LasVegas.com to Africa's The New Ghanian as "one of the most significant cultural events of our time!" These events will also be celebrating the seventh musical Journey by Rick DellaRatta & Jazz for Peace to the continent of Africa. Click on video link below to see previous Jazz for Peace Africa Events along with over 800 additional events across the USA and around the world.
With over 850 Grants Awarded, Jazz for Peace™ is now a premier name in cultural philanthropy. FOR COMPLETE FUNDING DETAILS ALONG WITH JAZZ FOR PEACE WEBSITE AND DIRECT CONTACT INFO WATCH THIS AMAZING VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/
Debra R Cerritelli, Senior Event Coordinator
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