Thank you to all who helped to make Rise UP! a success!
CELEBRATE GLOBAL CITIZENRY AND THE GREAT STRIDES THAT HAPPEN WHEN WE WORK TOGETHER!
Saturday, April 2 at 7PM
Concord Center for the Visual Arts
37 Lexington Road, Concord
Suggested Donation $75 BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE!
Featuring the Karolines, a Ugandan dance troupe! along with
East African Evolution Cuisine from Short Order Gourmet • handmade Ugandan crafts
RISE UP! is a celebration of the progress we see in the children at Clover––a revelry
of recognition of the remarkable good championed by your support.
If you are unable to join the festivities on April 2, DONATE NOW!
to enable the children and families of Busega to RISE UP! Thank you.
Nancy DeAngelo, Chair; Sandy Folk, Joannie Hilton, Julia Hurley,
Hannah Polakoff, Lisa Sajedi, April Stone, Phyllis Strimling
Event Sponsors (in formation)
Concord Center for the Visual Arts, Irene Chu Design,
Short Order Gourmet Catering, Idylwilde Farms, Trader Joe's Arlington,
Verrill Farm, West Concord Wine and Spirits, Grasshopper Shop,
Concord Cheese Shop, Debra's Natural Gourmet, Michael's Shoes,
Goulds, Artinaian Jewelry, Learning Express, 80 Thoreau Restaurant,
Crosby's, Salt Box Farm, Potpourri, Nashoba Bakery
CLOVER FOUNDATION, an early childhood learning center and preschool, provides quality education to the young children who live in the slums of Busega, Kampala District, Uganda at no cost to their families. The Clover school is a safe, caring and engaging environment for these children living in extreme poverty, who otherwise would not have the opportunity for an education, during years critical to their positive social, emotional, cognitive and physical well-being. We ensure the continued education of our pre-school graduates by supporting them in a private primary school in the community. We believe all children have the right to dream, and to receive a quality education to realize those dreams.