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Beers for Books 3 Yr Anniversary “Raise the Bar for 100 Girls”

30 May


Join John Wood, Founder of Room to Read, to celebrate the 3rd anniversary of Beers for Books and support their Girls’ Education Program.

To date, Room to Read has helped over 38,000 girls across nine countries to continue their education. By the end of 2017, Room to Read is aiming to reach 50,000 girls! On Thursday, 16 June Room to Read needs your help to move closer towards this milestone – join Room to Read to raise funds to enable 100 more girls to have access to education.

To celebrate the 3rd anniversary Room to Read is holding the BIGGEST ever Beers for Books raffle prize draw! They have amazing prizes to be won on the night thanks to dedicated sponsors: Dining Concepts, Four Seasons, Linguini Fini, Sotheby’s Wine, Island Shangri-La, S Nine by Susanna Soo, Ruinart, Otterbox…& many more!

Date: Thursday, 16 June 2016

Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Location: Lupa, LHT Tower, 31 Queen’s Road, Central

EARLY-BIRD TICKET: $300 | AT THE DOOR: $400 (Includes 2 drinks & canapes)
Drinks kindly sponsored by Peroni and Veuve Clicquot

Click here to purchase an Early-Bird ticket

About Room to Read: Room to Read envisions a world in which all children can pursue a quality education, reach their full potential and contribute to their community and the world.

To achieve this goal, Room to Read focuses on two areas where they believe Room to Read can have the greatest impact: literacy and gender equality in education. Room to Read works in collaboration with communities and local governments across Asia and Africa to develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children, and support girls to complete secondary school with the life skills they’ll need Room to Readto succeed in school and beyond by building and stocking libraries, building bright ventilated classrooms, publishing books in the local language, training educators and providing one-on-one support to teachers, and supporting girls to stay in school by providing material support—such as school fees, clean uniforms or transportation, in addition to mentoring and life skills training to help girls succeed in the classroom and beyond.

For more information please visit their website.

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