Pamoza's 1st Gala
Come celebrate our work in Malawi
Pamoza International proudly invites you to our first ever gala - a night filled with fun, food, entertainment and prizes - all to celebrate our work in Malawi, Africa. Our event will feature dinner, dancing, a cash bar, a photo booth, live music from the 1 Soul band, guest speaker Mark Gagnon, and a wine toss. We will also have plenty of silent auction and raffle items including gift certificates, gift baskets, an overnight stay at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in NY, a South African safari, and so much more. It is going be a lovely night!
- General Admission: $100
- Table of ten: $750
Tickets can be purchased by clicking "Purchase Tickets" above. Please note that online purchases have a processing fee of roughly $4 per ticket. If you want to avoid that fee, you can click here to RSVP and then mail in your payment to P.O. Box 23804, Philadelphia, PA 19143. Payments can also be made on our Facebook page, through Venmo or CashApp (search for $Pamoza) without incurring a processing fee.
Dress code: formal (but no tux or gown required)
Parking: there is plenty of on-site parking at the Country Club
Contact information: If you have any questions about the event, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at 215-796-3223.
We look forward to celebrating with you.
Pamoza International is a Christian non-profit organization working in Malawi, Africa. Our mission is to share the Gospel and unite people in alleviating poverty and suffering through educational improvements, healthcare, entrepreneurship, and food security. Pamoza means together. We work together with the people we serve, and together with people like you, to help transform the lives of children and families in Malawi and beyond. Since 2003, we have served more than 6,000 in rural Malawi by bringing medicine and doctors to the community; installing solar lighting; providing school desks, training farmers, and so much more.
The communities where we work are very rural and under-developed, but we know that together we can help improve these communities so that people have a higher quality life.