4 Days for Darfur: “The fundraiser, the play, the moment to educate and act…”
Day #1 - THE FUNDRAISER
Sunday, April 27th
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Day #2 - OPENING NIGHT
April 28, 2008 at 8:00pm
Tickets $50, Includes champagne post performance reception
THE GWORD: FOR THOSE BORN LATER
Written & Directed by L.D.Napier
Day #3 & 4 - PERFORMANCES OF THE PLAY #2 & #3
April 29 & 30, 2008 at 8:00 pm
All proceeds of ticket sales go to DARFUR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT - Darfur Schools Program and/or the Rape Crisis Center.
Special Note From the Producer & Playwright: Play contains some violence due to the nature of the Darfur subject matter and may not be suitable to a person under 16 years of age. Parental discretion is suggested.
***About the Fundraiser on Sunday, April 27***
Gala at La MaMa, Galleria
6 East 1st Street, NY 10003 (Bet. 2nd Ave and Bowery)
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Enjoy wine provided by Eleanor & Francis Coppola/Neibaum Coppola Vineyards, David & Suzan Wadley/Calistoga Cellers, champagne, beer, appetizers/hors d' oeuvres and music, with celebrity guests to be announced and leaders from each benefiting organization including Suliman Giddo, Darfur for Peace and Development founder, Daniel Millenson, Executive Director of the Sudan Development Task Force and Oxfam.
Call for Fundraiser Reservations - 718.499.1354 AND additional information at www.forthosebornlater.org/fourdays
Organizations to Benefit from FOUR DAYS FOR DARFUR:
For Those Born Later will distribute all proceeds from ticket sales to the play directly to these organizations:
Darfur Peace and Development – Darfur Schools for Peace Project and their new Women’s Rape Crisis Center.
Genocide Intervention Network for support to their important Civilian Protection Programs.
Oxfam for food and water. These are U.S. based, IRS approved non profits working on the ground in Sudan and Chad.
For Those Born Later: A Charitable Foundation
"Our mission is to transform rhetoric into action. We will not tolerate inaction when it comes to genocide – we pay tribute to humanity when we choose to aid people in need, even in the smallest and most profound ways imaginable. Our primary mission is simply to start schools, provide rape counseling and protection, deliver food, water and medicine into the hands of Darfur refugees as quickly and efficiently as possible. This will be accomplished by delivering funds to U.S. based and IRS approved non-profits that we have researched and can be assured have direct links on the ground to refugees in need from Darfur. We shall work to create a compassionate square on earth where some will find refuge and others will learn how they too can make a difference."
Doug Claybourne & L. D. Napier