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#Exclusive: Aisia Casanova’s Set To Perform Live At The Gala To Raise Funds For Children’s Shelter In Angola

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The steady on the rise star, Aisia Casanova, is set to perform live at the charity gala hosted by the Parent Teacher Association of Luanda International School in support of the Centro Vivência Feliz children’s shelter. The gala is to be hosted in Talatona, Luanda on the 14th of March 2020.

The Centro Vivência Feliz children’s shelter was founded by Estelle Dogbea fellow parent at the Luanda International School (LIS). Her passion to serve underprivileged children was the inspiration behind her founding the center. This amazing shelter is helping to support homeless children who otherwise would not have care with food, housing and psychological support. Today, the center now cares and is home for about 40 children!

It is an honor to be part of an initiative this remarkable of a good cause. I am passionate about children, after-all, they are the future! In some way, this is me being part of the positive change and history being made – remodeling our society one child in need at a time.” – Aisia Casanova

In order to raise funds for this important center, the Parent Teacher Association of Luanda International School (LIS PTA) banded together to host this annual charity gala. All proceeds will go towards the center, funding the care of the children under it. “We are extending our invite to other people and or entities/organisations across Africa that would like to partner with us in support of Centro Vivência Feliz in order to make a great impact in the sustainability and growth of the shelter.” – Katie Muck (president of the LIS PTA)

The hosts promise an eventful evening with a cocktail reception, dinner over wine, filled with music and dancing for entertainment as well as the main course of the event, the silent auction!

For donations and or partnership proposals: pta@lisluanda.com
For Ticket Inquiries: pta@lisluanda.com

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