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Wine Tasting Benefit on Sunday 7/28

Barsha Wine and Spirits in Manhattan Beach will be hosting a wine tasting to benefit Little Ripples on Sunday, July 28 from 5pm – 8pm.  The evening wil include live musical performances, a photo and art display from the refugee camps, and raffle prizes including wine baskets and tours, tickets to the Discovery Science Center and Art Department, jewelry, and much more.

The creation of Barsha was inspired by husband and wife Adnen and Lenora Marouani.    We first met Lenora at our Equinox mixer in February, where Barsha provided wine and cheese samplings, and have been eager to collaborate further on fundraising ideas.  About the wine tasting benefit, Lenora says, “The reason Barsha is hosting this event is because we have a deep appreciation for what Little Ripples is doing for these much deserving children of Darfur.  These children have just as much right as any other child to have a good start for the future.  It’s the little ripples that make a big difference, and it is our honor to support this great cause!”

Tickets can be purchased online for $29 or at the door for $35.  We hope that you join us for this evening wine, food, music, and friends!!

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Jennifer became passionate about international development and humanitarian work when studying abroad in Cape Town, South Africa, and leading youth performing arts workshops in one of the surrounding townships. After graduating from UCLA with a Masters in Public Health in Community Health Sciences, she taught adolescent reproductive health to high school students in South and East Los Angeles. She has also worked as a Research Associate at the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society, where she was able to foster an understanding of the community engagement and community resilience approaches, and hopes to incorporate these strategies in her work with Little Ripples. jennifer@iactivism.org


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