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Energy in Humanitarian Settings
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NGID awarded Hilton Foundation grant to measure impact of cook stoves in Uganda
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Lifeline Cocktail Benefit
How many tickets would you like to purchase?
Every single penny raised will flow directly into Lifeline's African initiatives, powering clean water and energy projects.
Date & Time
Friday, November 10, 7:00pm to 10pm
1220 N Street, N.W., Unit PH2, Washington, D.C. 20005
Casual Cocktail Attire
The Lifeline Benefit Returns, as we raise our glasses, let's also pledge to support the crusade for clean water.
In this year’s event, we honor the African woman, whose strength and resilience can be a source of hope and inspiration for all of us in these difficult times of division.
What's a celebration without music? Join us for an unforgettable night of melodies, sweet and savory eats, and delicious cocktails.
Music by : Joi Carter