Learning Curve

In our recent winter edition we featured a photo essay by Art Director Amanda Nelson-Sinagra on her journey to teach children in Kenya.

In our recent winter edition we featured a photo essay by Art Director Amanda Nelson-Sinagra on her journey to teach children in Kenya.

On March 27, Amanda and Kristen Zimmerman & Sharon Baumeyer of Thoughts.com will host a benefit to help Touch Africa. Thoughts.com is sending their employees on the “One Love Road Trip” across the U.S. to film a documentary focused on bringing awareness to humanitarian issues, along with educating and inspiring people about how they can make a difference. They will end the two-week journey in Los Angeles, focusing on both local and global awareness with the Touch Africa Benefit. The event will raise money for the education of children in Africa and assist the orphanages that house them with financial aid. Sponsored by ONEHOPE Wine, Firefly and The Yard.

The fundraiser will be held at the offices of Ntropic, 2332 S. Centinela Boulevard in Los Angeles. For more information, visit oneloveroadtrip.thoughts.com.

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