Last year, SOS Children’s Villages Canada had the pleasure of hosting the Beyond All Limits Gala where Her Highness Princess Salimah Aga Khan, SOS Children’s Villages Global Ambassador for the children, was the guest of honour for an evening of learning, community building and fundraising in support of vulnerable girls in Uganda. This June 8th, join SOS Children’s Villages Canada and a powerful network of women for an afternoon of tea and delicious treats as we continue the work of Her Highness Princess Salimah Aga Khan, of empowering marginalized girls through education.
This year, SOS Children’s Villages Canada is honoured to have Olive Lumonya, National Director of SOS Children’s Villages Uganda as the guest of honour.
Mrs. Lumonya will provide a comprehensive update on the transformative impact 2018’s Beyond All Limits Gala attended by Her Highness Princess Salimah Aga Khan has had in the lives of countless vulnerable girls in Uganda. Moreover Ms. Lumonya will speak to how to best assist in breaking barriers that prohibit at risk Ugandan girls from completing their education and seizing bright futures.
Tickets are FREE!
Limited seats available, RSVP to Cynthia at C.email@example.com to secure your spot.
Come dressed in your fanciest hat or fascinator and enjoy the fellowship of empowered women paving the way for the next generation of young women.
Date and Time
Sat, 8 June 2019
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM MDT
Delta Hotels by Marriott Calgary Downtown
209 4 Avenue Southeast
Calgary, AB T2G 0C6
As an independent, non-governmental and non-denominational organisation, SOS Children’s Villages is able to support the world`s most marginalized children in communities and countries that are hardest to reach.
Through its unique village and SOS Mother concept, SOS Children’s Villages has pioneered a one of a kind family approach to the long term care of orphaned and abandoned children. With more than 2,000 programs currently operating in 134 countries, SOS Children’s Villages successfully restores the balance in life for abandoned and orphaned children, by uplifting them when crisis brings them down, guiding, sheltering and equipping them with the capacity to thrive while on the road from childhood to adulthood.