Pittsburgh, PA– January 23, 2014 501(c)(3) non-profit organization Clash International will hold their inaugural fundraiser Local People for Global Causes on February 8, 2014 from 7-10 PM at The Grey Box Theatre in Lawrenceville.
The evening will include live performances by local artists Danielle Maggio, Michael Donati, and Pat Griffin, and Yeah, Those Guys improv group, as well as a premiere short play reading of local playwright Matt Henderson’s work “A Long Walk on the Beach” and a silent art and craft auction showcasing the work of local artists. Light refreshments will also be served and a number of gift certificates for local businesses will be raffled off.
All proceeds from the event will go to Clash: Rural Ghana– an initiative to facilitate community-driven, capacity-building agricultural extension programs to northern Ghana’s most remote communities in an effort to promote economic self-sufficiency and food security.
Clash International is a non-profit organization founded by Pittsburgh-native Cynthia Caul and Mankama Sulemana that seeks to build personal and sustainable business relationships with independent artists, artisans, and entrepreneurs in developing countries that will enhance their businesses. In a nutshell—to clash fearlessly, peacefully, and relentlessly. To learn more about Clash: Rural Ghana, and how you can be involved, visit clashinternational.org