Inaugural Pan African "Party with a Purpose"

Date: 
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: 
Ambrosia's Kitchen, 114 Market Street, (top floor)
Philadelphia, PA 19006
United States

Join It’s Deeper Than Travel (IDTT) for our Inaugural Pan African "Party with a Purpose", hosted on what will be declared Ghana Awareness Day in Philadelphia.

IDTT believes that harmony between Pan African leaders directly influences the magnitude of positive impact possible across Pan African communities. We create experiences that bring about understanding, friendships, and partnerships through Celebration, Co-working, and Cultural Immersion in an effort to form a team of leaders who are passionate about uniting to create positive impact across varying Pan African cultures.

In this installment of “Party With a Purpose”, we are celebrating and supporting the partnership of the African Bike Contribution Foundation (ABCF) and the Ghana Bamboo Bike Initiative! As part of the ABCF's Three City U.S. Tour, we are excited to host Bernice Dapaah, CEO of the Ghana Bamboo Bike Initiative and the Greater Accra Regional Minister, Honorable Elizabeth K.T. Sackey who will be joining us all the way from Ghana. It is our hope that while we immerse ourselves into the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of Ghanaian culture, we may dually create an atmosphere of exchanges that spark understanding, friendship, and partnership.


Registration Required

General Admission Tickets: $50 pp includes One RSVP per person, Champagne, Food, Donation to the African Bike Contribution Foundation, and Gift box

Early Bird tickets: $40 until September 11th

Date: Wednesday, Sept 20, 2017

Time: 6pm-9pm (Please arrive early to enjoy the food and drinks)

Age: 25+

Venue: Ambrosia’s Kitchen

Dress: Classy, Business Casual, Pan African themed prints; No Tennis Shoes (Will be enforced)

Cant join us in person? Please join us in purpose. Help IDTT meet our goal of $4000 in sponsorship of 20 handmade bamboo bikes. These bikes will be donated to transport-dependent students, teachers, workers, and farmers in Ghana. We are supporting to advocate for more cross-cultural Pan African partnerships.

Categories
Event Type: 
Community Events
Topic: 
Community Development
Topic: 
Cultural Awareness
Global Region: 
Africa
Global Region: 
Ghanaian