June 1, 2012 at Sleepy Hollow Country Club • Scarborough, New York
UBA Committee: Doni Belau, Nancy Gernert, Gianna Palminterri, Rochelle Rosenberg, Lori Tayar and Carolyn Tenney
On Friday, the first of June, 2012, Ubuntu Africa will host a Blue Jean Ball to celebrate five years of service to HIV+ children in South Africa. The celebration is being held at the picturesque Sleepy Hollow Country Club in Scarborough, New York.
Beginning at 7:00pm, blue jean-clad guests will enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres on the terrace with sweeping views of the Hudson River, followed by a South African-inspired buffet dinner and dancing to music from the rockin’ band, “A Current Affair.” Guests will hear from Ubuntu Africa Founder, Whitney Johnson, and will have the opportunity to participate in select live and silent auctions.
We hope that you will join us for a rollicking evening to support the children of Ubuntu Africa and honor the accomplishments of the organization’s founder, its Board of Trustees, and supporters who have worked so hard to help South Africa’s HIV+ children live healthy, safe and enriched lives.
Sponsorship opportunities are available and range from $15,000 to $1,000. Tickets are $250 per person.
About Ubuntu Africa… Ubuntu Africa is a registered nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of HIV-positive children in under-served communities by establishing community-based programs that provide lifesaving health and support services. Founded in 2007, Ubuntu Africa is committed to fostering an empowered attitude towards HIV/AIDS among young people worldwide, engaging them in the effort to improve conditions for people affected by global health challenges. Learn more at www.ubafrica.org
For sponsorship opportunities and other inquiries, please contact: Sara at email@example.com