One primary way in which we raise awareness and funds for our work in Africa is through local events, organized by volunteers. From World Music Benefit Concerts to drum circles to open mic nights, our communities have rallied to support these grassroots initiatives to make a difference. YOU are invited to be proactive and get involved! Please contact us to discuss your ideas for the next great Africa Heartwood Project fundraising event.
Current AHP Events
Judge Memorial Interact Club Annual Fundraiser - Students and faculty from the Africa Outreach Club and the Rotary Interact Club plan and host events to raise funds for the water system at the new Heartwood Orphan Homestead.
Banquet (see flier)
Jeans for Jesus
Community Drum Circle for Heartwood Orphan Home - Last Satuday of Every Month - Dancing Cranes Imports, SLC. Like our Facebook page for updates and invitations!
Where: Dancing Cranes Imports (673 E. Simpson Ave, off 700 East and 2240 S. - Salt Lake City, UT)
Entry by donation of any amount to the Heartwood Orphan Home.
Past AHP Events
Queer Spirit Village Water Project - Fundraising Events
Jerry Buie and the Queer Spirit community in Salt Lake City, Utah have been inspired to raise funds to provide Kukwaado village with a clean water bore hole! Starting November 10th a series of drum circle fundraisers in Salt Lake City, in connection with local media awareness campaigns, will be launched to raise the $7,000 required to provide the hundreds of residents of Kukwaado with the gift and right to life-saving water.
Singing Circle with Stacey Cole
Good Bird Design Water Project Fundraisers
We are happy to announce another grassroots collaboration with Amy Moon and the Good Bird Design community in Highland, UT. They have selected Fawomanye village as the beneficiary of their community action bake sales, craft markets, and school awareness campaigns! The efforts of the children, mothers, and families in this neighborhood will provide clean water for over 300 people in Fawomanye!
Refugee Orphan Home Drum Circle Fundraisers
ANY AGE WELCOME!
Photos from Drum Circle, 18 Nov 2011, Ogden, UT
Read the front-page newspaper article about this drum circle!
Eagle Scout Drum Circle for Water
Todd Zimmerman and his family have organized a community drum circle in Layton, UT, to raise funds to install a water well at our Heartwood Orphan Home in Liberia. We love to see individual pro-active efforts like this to mobilize at the grassroots level to make a difference for those in need. Thank you, Todd and the Zimmermans!
Friday, July 6, 2012. 6-8pm. 1402 N Fort Lane. Layton, UT
9th Annual Red Dress Party
Deja Mitchell, Drew, and their Crew will be partying in Red for a good cause. On the menu: camping, live music, dancing, drumming, burning, costuming, connecting, revitalizing, giving. All proceeds benefit the Heartwood Orphan Home in Liberia. We are grateful for the generosity of those who donate their time and skill to make this unique event such a great success every year. Thank you!
Saturday, Aug 11, 2012. 2pm into Sunday morning.
The Tribal Run - The Africa Heartwood Project Drum Ensemble will be providing rhythmic support for multiple live radio promotions at Gold's Gym locations across the Wasatch Front. We will also be providing entertainment at the event on August 2-3rd, 2012 at Miller Motor Sports Park. A portion of registration proceeds will donated to Africa Heartwood Project. Learn more here.
The Ugandan Orphans Choir
Africa Heartwood Project is hosting a one hour performance by this performing group, consisting of children who perform traditional song, dance, and rhythm from East Africa. Entry is by donation to the AHP Refugee Orphan Home at Buduburam Refugee Camp. Learn more about the Choir here.
Where: North Star Elementary School. Salt Lake City, UT
Weber State Student Athlete Dance
The Student Athlete Advisory Committee has volunteered to organize an awareness building and fund raising event on campus for all Weber State students and the Ogden community. Join us for a fun night of music, dancing, prizes, and more! Click here to see the flier.
Where: Union Center Ballrooms, Weber State University
Organized by Amy and the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, conceived and supported by Andrea Lauritzen.
"Pray the Devil Back to Hell" and Drum Circle with Africa Heartwood Project and Amnesty International
Where: Weber State University Campus
"Find Your Rhythm" Yoga Workshops - Our friends at localYOGA in Salt Lake City have sponsored these unique workshops to raise awareness and funds for AHP's Refugee Orphan Home. To stay informed about upcoming events like this, please like our page on Facebook! January and October 2011
Water Project Drum Circle Fundraisers (see flier)
Open Mic Fundraiser - March 11, 2011
Angelic Connections Drum Circle Benefit - Angel Spa & Retreat - Layton, UT
World Music Benefit Concert II - October 17, 2009 - Gallivan Center - SLC, UT
World Music Benefit Concert I - March 20, 2009 - Pierpont Place - SLC, UT
Raise money for charity Africa Heartwood Project in SLC, UT just by searching the web and shopping online!
Africa Heartwood Project would like to thank Google and the Google Grant Program for its donation of over $150,000 in services. We are grateful for this substantial donation and the continued support from the Google Non-Profit Program!
Tax Deductible -
Africa Heartwood Project is a registered 501(c)3 Public Charity in the USA501(c)3 Registration -
#26-2457812Effective Date -
January 7, 2008Registered Int'l NGO -
Ghana - October 2008IRS Tax Deductible -
Liberia - April 2010
All donations, contributions,and gifts are tax deductible under IRS code 170Continuous Donations -
For ongoing and automatic donations via credit card, please complete and return this form.
Africa Heartwood Project is a registered 501(c)3 Public Charity #26-2457812 in the United States effective January 7, 2008, also a registered NGO in Ghana effective October 17, 2008.
All donations, contributions,and gifts are tax deductible under IRS code 170.
Africa Heartwood Project
We are also a registered NGO in Ghana effective October 17, 2008, and in Liberia as of June 2010.
All donations, contributions, and gifts are tax deductible under IRS code 170, up to 50% of adjusted gross income.
AHP is an all volunteer organization with no overhead; 100% of donated funds go to direct implementation of your pre-selected project.
|©2009 Copyright Africa Heartwood Project||Home | About Us | SiteMap | Donating to AHP|