The Olive Branch is a YP-run charity that helps remote communities in Tanzania, targeting the most vulnerable, especially those who have been affected by HIV. On Friday, March 1st, the organization hosts its 8th Annual Gala Fundraising dinner and dance. In attendance will be founder, and Tanzanian head of The Olive Branch for Children in Tanzania, fellow young professional Deborah McCracken-Nangereke. The 32-year-old Woodbridge resident, will talk about the Vaughan Wambiloo Montessori School. McCracken-Nangereke was the only Canadian finalist in the international Rolex Awards for Enterprise 2010 Young Laureates Programme and has been recognized as one of Chatelaine Magazine’s 2011 “Women of the Year” in the Everyday Heroes Category. Sure to attract a variety of influential professionals, the event not only provides a fun night out, but an opportunity to mingle with other like-minded and forward-thinking young professionals.
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WHAT: The Olive Branch 8th Annual Gala
WHERE: 2013 Bellvue Manor, 8083 Jane Street, Vaughan
WHEN: Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Dinner at 7:30 p.m. sharp.