Star of Hope Centre fundraiser is July 11

July 9, 2015

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NEW — 5:25 p.m. July 9, 2015

Dana Sullivan’s annual dance benefiting the Star of Hope Centre orphanage in Bungoma, Kenya, is July 11.

The Newcastle author and illustrator’s sixth annual fundraiser collects money for the orphanage that inspired his book “Kay Kay’s Alphabet Safari.”

The Star of Hope Centre was originally developed as an orphanage for children who lost their parents through the rise of HIV/AIDs, armed conflict, malaria and other diseases, or have been abandoned by teenage parents unable to care for them.

The facility’s mission has expanded to include a primary school to the local community. It currently serves about 150 children (including those residing in the orphanage).

The July 11 fundraiser in Seattle includes music, an auction, dining and beverages with a rooftop view of Lake Union.

Admission is $35 per person, with all proceeds going directly to support the orphanage. Learn more about the fundraiser at starofhopecentre.org.

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