The Tunbridge Wells event on on Friday July 1 from 7-11pm will enable guests to enjoy an evening with food, drink, live music and entertainment including casino tables, a live auction and raffle and also a charity pop-up shop.
Each ticket is £45 (available from Eventbrite) and all profits go to the Porridge and Pens charity, to fund a new Girl Power centre in Accra to promote girls’ education.
The Porridge and Pens charity works with 300 disadvantaged children and young adults in Ghana for a brighter future, providing access to free education, safe shelter and school meals.
Asher Harriman-Smith, is the Co-CEO at Childrensalon, a Tunbridge Wells based children’s clothing retailer. He is eager to bring awareness to the small but passionate charity, so they can carry on their necessary work.
“We have been so impressed by the level of life-changing impact they deliver to the communities they support.”
Porridge and Pens’ Girl Power project is a holistic educational and wellbeing program for 60 of the most vulnerable young girls, women and their families, in Kumasi, Ghana.