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Family Fundraiser – Rained Out!

Unfortunately, we’ve had to cancel the event on Friday due to impending heavy rain and high winds. We apologize for the inconvenience and all volunteers and guests who purchased tickets will be contacted soon by email.
Come “get down” with fun for the whole family! This will be an evening of activities, authentic food from Mama Africa, a live funk band, and inspiring stories. Your support of Hope for San Diego means more under-served children and families will receive exactly what they need to thrive as God intended.

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Friday, September 09 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

About the Event

Please join us for a fun evening with our community of like-minded friends! We’ll enjoy family activities (think bouncy house and bubbles!) and a kids program by The Well, learn about current city needs, and hear inspiring stories of those served by Hope for San Diego—all while enjoying authentic food from Mama Africa, and live music! Purchase tickets and invite friends for dinner at Communion Church in Clairemont.


Event Tickets
$20 per individual ticket; $25 at-the-door

Kids 12 and under are free. Kids 3-12 will enjoy a separate performance and interactive program by The Well during the adult portion of the event. Please sign up so that we know how many children to expect.

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Communion Church
6555 Balboa Ave
San Diego,CA92111United States

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Featuring: The Well Community
The Well Community, a San Diego based nonprofit, dedicated to serving women and children through unique programs and events. Through donors, sponsors, memberships and events, we are able to provide trade opportunities to sister nonprofits women, sponsored venue space and scholarships to qualifying after school enrichment programs.
Featuring: Mama Africa Catering
Mama Africa Catering is run by a team of former refugee women, most of whom are from South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, with a passion for sharing our rich heritage through the many different foods we prepare.