HOPE & Hawks: Fundraiser
HOPE & Hawks Fundraiser
HOPE will partner with the Atlanta Hawks for the 4th time at the Philips Arena!
Selling Hawks tickets to the Celtics, Heat, and Clippers games as fundraising, from which a 100% of net proceeds will be donated to the Aga Khan Foundation USA.
Date: Friday, February 19, 2016
Tickets here. or here(2/19) or here (4/9) or HOPEinc.info (include contact info in paypal description)
ATL Hawks Game Tickets:
-LA Clippers @ 1/27 - $30 (Wednesday 8pm)
-Miami Heat @ 2/19 - $25, *Includes Early Access to Hawks Practice*
-Boston Celtics @4/9 - $25
100% Net proceeds benefit the Aga Khan Foundation USA
Venue: Philips Arena, 1 Philips Dr, Atlanta, GA 30303
Contact: Call/Text, Email or Message us for tickets! 404.457.2665 | Facebook/HOPE ; Call/Text tel:(678.770.2101) or Email Munir Meghjani for Tickets!
313-312-4673 or email@example.com ; https://www.facebook.com/events/1004457249624869/ ; Umer Rupani, Community Outreach Chair & Co-Founder ; Munir Meghjani, Executive Director & Co-Founder
Sneak Peak: HOPE is hosting a DODGEBALL tournament for UNICEF in early March...Like our Facebook page for updates.
H.O.P.E. (Helping Organizations & People Everywhere)
A local nonprofit founded by young adults in Atlanta, GA, HOPE seeks to change the world by embodying the values of building awareness, engaging the community and fundraising for nonprofits focused on basic needs with sustainable solutions. To help accomplish these goals and educate the community, HOPE makes long term partnerships with nonprofits that align with its values to host a variety of engaging events to bring the community together in a fun way.
Through these events, HOPE connects youth with impactful nonprofit organizations in order to establish continuous relationships. As part of HOPE’s value of civil society, the organization aims to bring together a diverse group of people from various backgrounds regardless of gender, religion, economic, or social status, in hopes of finding a common ground. HOPE donates 100% of all profits to the nonprofit event partner. HOPE encourages young professionals to realize that changing the world is not a task left for the politicians or giant corporations. There are small things each of us can do to make the world a better place.
Recently, HOPE partnered with AJC Access to host Conversations of HOPE, a lecture series aimed to educate the community about the horrors of Yemeni refugees’ escape from Yemen and further build interfaith relations. HOPE also hosted their 4th Annual HOPE Garba to bring the community together through the universal love of dance and philanthropy, while the participants to three diverse nonprofits, HOPE has worked with in the past: Atlanta Community Food Bank, Men Stopping Violence, and Aga Khan Foundation USA.
Posted 1/7/16, 3/24/16.