CEPIA hosts Black & White party to raise money for children
The nonprofit association Culture, Education and Psychology for Infants and Adolescents (CEPIA) is hosting a Black & White party to raise money for 600 children living in extreme poverty in Guanacaste.
The money will be used for school supplies during the upcoming school year in February 2019 and funds will also be used to throw a Christmas party for the children. The event will take place November 2 at 6:30 p.m. in Pangas and the pre-sale price is $50. This includes a dinner buffet, a cocktail and a silent auction.
You can buy the tickets in Abriendo Mentes, Surfbox, La Paz, CRIA, Nimbu, CEPIA, Educarte, Azul Profundo, Jaime Peligro bookstore, Pangas and Lola’s.
For more information on CEPIA or to make a donation that’s tax-deductible in the United States, visit the organization’s page at Amigos of Costa Rica.
The Tico Times Costa Rica Changemakers section is sponsored by the Costa Rica USA Foundation for Cooperation (CRUSA) and its U.S. counterpart Amigos of Costa Rica, which allows outstanding Costa Rican nonprofits to receive donations that are tax deductible in the United States. As part of its service to Costa Rica and promotion of philanthropy, the CRUSA Foundation covers all of Amigos’ operating costs to make this donation opportunity available to outstanding Costa Rican projects. Learn more at amigosofcostarica.org.
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