Charity Casino Night

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Saturday, November 16, 2019

Innis Arden Golf Club, Old Greenwich, Connecticut

6:30 - 11:00 pm

Join us for a fun evening at the charity casino in support of Maasai Honey’s work in Tanzania! Proceeds from the event support Maasai women's empowerment, education in sustainable beekeeping, and the preservation of native East African bees.

Open Bar • DJ & Dancing • FOOd stations • Casino & Poker Tournament

Guests will have the unique opportunity to sample premium honey - straight from the Serengeti!


Tickets to the Charity Casino
250.00

Tax deductible amount per ticket is $125 (as provided by law)

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If paying by check please make check payable to Maasai Honey.

Mail to: Maasai Honey

C/O Ericson

19 Ledge Road

Old Greenwich, CT 06870

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Donate a Hive

Every additional hive directly supports the growth of Maasai Honey! You’ll receive updates on how much honey your hive has produced!

One Langstroth Beehive - $95

 

Can’t make it?

Donate now

We won’t be saving you a seat at the poker table, but you can still contribute to the cause! Please consider making a small donation to support the mission of Maasai Honey.

 
$25
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The Maasai Honey project benefits underserved Maasai women, supports the conservation of native East African bees, and allows for sustainable development in rural Tanzania. Donations are allocated towards beekeeping education, the purchase of beekeeping equipment, and village outreach initiatives. Every amount of support is appreciated!

You can learn more about contributing to Maasai Honey by visiting our donations page.

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All over the world, honey is valued for its sweetness and flavor, but for the Maasai, honey has a much greater meaning - it can generate funds for a child’s education, provide food to feed a family, and increase the quality of life for remote, underserved communities. The Maasai honey project aims to empower underserved Maasai Women as beekeepers, creating a sustainable income source for them and their families through the production of honey. We invite you to join us in this mission!


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The US board of Maasai Honey

  • Krysten Ericson

  • Alison Leigh

  • Even Berntsen

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Maasai Honey is registered as a non-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, with EIN 46-1107937