WARSAW — Starting at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 16, at The Wagon Wheel Center For The Arts, the students from The Thomas Hall Voice Studio and local professional performers Jennifer Dow and Kira Lace Hawkins will be performing musical solos, duets and group numbers to raise awareness about extreme poverty all over the world in an effort to be a voice for those who do not have one.
This yearly fundraising concert will benefit an organization called When I Grow Up. This non-profit organization exists to provide funding and partnership to children living in extreme poverty in Haiti, Guatemala and Kenya. WIGU makes this happen by partnering with grassroots movements in the slums of each of these counties to provide education, shelter and food to students ages 4 to 18.
To book your tickets now, visit https://wagonwheelcenter.org/events/night-of-voices-2/
Wagon Wheel looks forward to a night of inspiring entertainment as well as learning how to help children living in extreme poverty all over the earth.
You can learn more about When I Grow Up by visiting: www.whenigrowup-global.com