Empower the Orphans: A Special Event
Horizon Initiative is a non-profit organization rescuing and empowering orphaned children to self-sustainability through a micro-community model.
The above statement is the mission of the Horizon Initiative. The organization was founded in 2004 and is based on creating opportunities for orphaned children to be enriched, to thrive, and to be empowered. It’s a rescue and then the next step: how to create an environment where children can thrive and have sustainable success. Horizon Initiative is unveiling a entire new vision for how to keep this going long into the future and we can't wait to see it.
This Thursday, June 15, Tellus360 is hosting Horizon Initiative’s Empower the Orphans event. Here’s all you need to know about the event and how to find out how you can make a big impact on orphans all around the world.
Mark Your Calendars: Empower the Orphans event is on Thursday, June 15
Discover the Mission: Learn all about the mission of Horizon Initiative with interactive stations featuring how the organization is radically transforming the way orphaned children are cared for. Hear from the new president, Jack Eans, about the exciting direction Horizon Initiative is taking too.
Music: DJ Salinger will be spinning music from all around the globe to add to an eclectic atmosphere. And there will also be live music from singer-songwriter Mike McMonagle as well!
Food and Drink: Don’t miss signature Kenyan coffee-inspired cocktails from Thistle Finch Distillery & Square One. Plus try the Empower IPA (exlusive to this event!) by St. Boniface Craft Brewing Company and Square One Coffee. Horizon will receive 50% of the proceeds of all Empower IPAs and Thistle Finch drinks!
We are looking forward to supporting this incredible organization and helping to make an impact on children around the world.
Don’t miss this opportunity to help make a monumental difference!
Get your tickets now! Below is another mission statement from Horizon Initiative to inspire you. See you there!
It is the goal of Horizon Initiative that by the time each child is a young adult, he or she will be self-sufficient, capable of sustaining immediate, future and extended family needs, and able to provide positive contributions to community sustainability, therefore breaking the generational cycle of poverty.