Monday, November 2, 2009

CIC Grad Lisa Robinson Energizes a Benefit for Nkosi's Haven, an Orphanage in Johannesburg, South Africa

"Keeping Nkosi's Legacy Alive: From Charleston to South Africa," a benefit for Nkosi's Haven, an orphanage in Johannesburg, South Africa, will be held at 4 p.m. Nov. 22 in the Felix C. Davis Community Center at Park Circle.
The event will consist of various gospel choirs, singers, jazz musicians, poetry, spoken word, and African dancing and drumming. Admission will be free, but donations for Nkosi's Haven will be solicited. Also, vendors will be on hand to sell food and other items.
For information about how to "adopt" one of the children or mothers at Nkosi's Haven this Christmas holiday or to be a vendor or participant, call 801-2211.

Executive Director of the Royal Foundation and professor of business at Webster University, Lisa was featured in the Post & Courier's MOXIE section on Friday, October 30th. To read the exciting story of Lisa's life and her involvement with Nkosi's Haven, see:

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