Fables and Festivities will be a chance for all of us to celebrate our successes during the past year, whilst enjoying an evening of entertainment and Christmas merriment.
Throughout the evening we will hear stories from a few of our dedicated supporters; including Kate Adie OBE, who has reported from around the world for the BBC, and Simon Calder, Travel Editor at the Independent. Farm Africa’s Chief Executive, Nicolas Mounard, will also be sharing his thoughts and aspirations after joining the organisation earlier this year.
Three choirs will be performing, including the enthralling London African Gospel Choir, and the family-orientated Pram Chorus, after which we will have the opportunity to enjoy mince pies and mulled wine.
There will be opportunities to make donations to Farm Africa on the night. If you are unable to attend, but would like to make a donation please click here. Please note, unless requested otherwise, all donations of £50 or more received by 28 November will be thanked in the programme.
If you have questions about Farm Africa’s Fables and Festivities, please contact the events team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0207 841 5163.