Benefit concerts in response to samoa measles epidemic
4th December, 2019
Announcement: Medical Supplies Drive for Samoa
Support #PrayForSamoa by attending a benefit concert near you!
Extremely privileged and thankful for all the support we’ve received over these last few weeks in regard to the measles epidemic happening here in Samoa. Grateful for incoming donations with the help of our BGW Hawaii and California Chapter, however it has not stopped there. We are very pleased to be teaming up with overseas groups in continuing this act of support, holding benefit concerts to raise awareness and collect donations for Samoa.
In collaboration with Bodyrocc Productionz and such artists as Tenelle and B Royal we’ll be having a benefit show December 8 in California, USA for those to support, donate and witness entertainment in dedication towards our cause and most especially our people who have been effected by this epidemic. This will take place at The Circle OC 8901 Warner Ave, Huntington Beach 92647.
Also with the support and help of MSPPAU in New South Wales, Australia there will be a Tropical Xmas Siva held this Saturday December 7, having taualuga siva’s dedicated towards this cause. This will take place at Campbelltown Civic Hall so please do head on down and support. All proceeds will go to Samoa for purchasing supplies.
A huge thank you to everyone, foundational groups and organizations, individuals who’ve shown great amount of support for our cause and contributing to our people.
Thank you Fiji Airways and Samoa Airways for your continuous support and help in getting all our donations on island.
Find out how you can help aid our people in their time of need
Chrioni Vaega Posini
BGW Executive Member / Club Leader / BGW Blogger
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"My role in BGW is a given opportunity for me to help others. I am proud to be a part of a cause that allows me to share, project safety and awareness upon generations to come."
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