Operation Hope for Haiti and Bongo’s Cuban Café invite the Miami community to attend a benefit event to help children and families receive life’s necessities and recover from the destructive earthquake.
All star celebrity jam session by Miami’s hottest artists, hors d’oeuvres, and drinks. Minimum donation of $100 at the door.
Sunday, January 24, 2010
6:30 PM- VIP Reception and Red Carpet
7:30 PM-10:30 PM General Admission
Bongos Cuban Café
601 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132
Located Behind the American Airlines Arena
Hosted by Bongos Cuban Café. Special Guests and performances include: Emilio Estefan, Jon Secada, Don King, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Ted Lucas, Melky Jean, Inner Circle, Trina, Black Dada, Flo Rida, Pitbull, Betty Wright, Mixtura, and more…
All proceeds raised will be directed to World Vision’s Earthquake Relief efforts in Haiti (tax-deductible receipts provided by World Vision upon entry).
World Vision is a Christian relief and development organization dedicated to helping children and their communities worldwide reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty. With more than 50 years experience in relief and development in Haiti and pre-positioned goods for disasters, World Vision began distributing emergency supplies immediately after the earthquake struck Haiti.
World Vision has 800 Haitian staff on the ground and the organization’s international logistics and disaster response experts were rapidly deployed after the devastating quake. World Vision is launching emergency programs not only in Port-au-Prince, but also in rural areas, and remains committed to long-term sustainability for the communities in which it serves.
Donations to World Vision’s Haiti Quake Response can be made by calling 888-56-CHILD, at www.worldvision.org/operationhopeforhaiti or by texting the word “GIVE” to 20222.
World Vision is a Christian relief and development organization dedicated to helping children and their communities worldwide reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty. We serve the world’s poor —regardless of a person’s religion, race, ethnicity, or gender. For more information, please visit www.worldvision.org/press.