On June 3RD 2017 A New Dimension of Hope will have the second LOOP Award Ceremony to celebrate the works of TIME MAGAZINE'S PERSON OF THE YEAR Dr.Jerry Brown and GOODWILL AMBASSADOR KIMBERLY MOORE.
GOODWILL AMBASSADOR KIMBERLY MOORE
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The FIRST L.O.O.P Award with Rosana Schaack, the founder of THINKLIBERIA
On June 6th 2015 A New Dimension of Hope hosted the first LOOP Award Ceremony to celebrate the works of Rosana Schaack, the founder of THINKLIBERIA. The night was a resounding success and the donations received that evening will contribute to NDHope's school building Project in Troyah Town, Liberia. Thanks to all those who attended!
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Meet 8 year old Kula Matalay
Kula Matalay is a caring and wonderful 8 year old girl would attend the 1st grade. Kula has two older brothers and a younger sister.
Kula's mother died while giving birth to one of her younger siblings. Now, Kula must act as the mother of the family. She cooks, clean and run the family home while her dad is away. In memory of her mother, she one day would love to be a nurse to help other women.
For $200, you could sponsor Kula and send her to school for an entire year!
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A New Dimension of Hope
1st Annual L.O.O.P Award Ceremony
June 6th, 2015 3:00 PM- 5:00 PM
Denver Athletic Club
1325 Glenarm Pl, Denver, CO 80204
Global Advocate and Activist for Survivors of Conflict
Recipient of the 1st Annual L.O.O.P. Award
We invite you to share in our celebration of Leaders Overcoming Obstacles to Peace, the L.O.O.P. Award Ceremony! This is a great opportunity to hear the inspirational story of a woman being the insistent voice for those afraid to speak: Conflict affected women and children. Rosana is a winner of the 2012 Vital Voices Human Rights Award and a Liberian Fellow of Adolescent Girls' Advocacy Leadership Initiative. It is going to be a stimulating, sold out, uplifting event -- and it would be magnificent if you could be with us! Please come and recharge your spirit, and help us celebrate those leading the powerful path to a peaceful future.
Please enjoy the short video to learn more about Rosana Schaack and her audacious work with young women survivors of the 14 year civil war in Liberia. You can also find her bio on our website, which includes a link to her organization, ThinkLiberia.com
A New Dimension Of hope L.O.O.P. Award Ceremony is our biggest fundraising event of the year and is the best way for you to support our great program. We pride ourselves in creating programs that focuses on empowerment, self-sustainability, and higher level thinking.
Please join us in our mission in creating the next generation of leaders, by tapping into the amazing potential of the young men and women who will help transform their country, using education as the means to positive social change.
Like Rosana Schaack, affected by polio at age two, ND hope’s children are barely a generation removed from a civil war which left their country impoverished, exploited, and vulnerable to the societal ramifications of a war-torn country
Our goal is to create the opportunity for children in Liberia to:
- Reach a point of Self- actualization
- Charismatic leader of change
- A champion of world Peace
We act under the belief that education is a right.
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Saturday, June 6th, 2015
3pm-5:00 P.M (Doors open at (2:30 P.M) (Centennial Room)
The Denver Athletic Club
1325 Glenarm Place Denver CO 80204
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Mission: Our mission is to give children in less fortunate countries unlimited opportunities to improve their reading, writing, and computer skills through education and become a champion of change.
Educate to Hope Gala- July 12th, 2014
On July 12th, 2014 A New Dimension of Hope partnered with another organization, Matibabu, for the inaugural “Educate to Hope Gala.” The evening featured wine, dinner, and keynote Dr. Dee Walker from Compassion International. The night was a great success and raised $9,500, with proceeds goings to both organizations.