Sister2Sister International Outreach Ministry will hold fourth annual “Summer Praise Benefit Concert” on Saturday, July 28
Published 12:00 am Thursday, July 26, 2018
On Saturday, July 28, from 4-6 p.m., Sister2Sister International Outreach Ministry, Inc. will be holding its fourth annual “Summer Praise Benefit Concert.” Seventeen different gospel and contemporary Christian musical artists will perform. The benefit concert will be held at Central Tabernacle Church, 715 Waughtown Street, Winston-Salem. Admission is free, and a love offering will be collected. All proceeds collected will go to support Sister2Sister International and its project to build a children’s home and school in Ngong, Kenya.
Sister2Sister is a registered 501(C)(3) non-profit charity organization. It was founded in 2010 by Purity Ruchugo, who was raised in Kenya and now owns and operates a local retail store that supports the charity. The store is UMOJA African Crafts, and it is located in the heart of the downtown Winston-Salem Arts District at 535 N. Trade Street. The charity’s mission is to build a children’s home & school for poor children in Ngong, Kenya. The project is well underway, and the building for the home is currently under construction
Seventeen different artists will be featured, including a variety of singers, dancers, spoken word and rap artists. Performers include Alfred Clemonts, Sharon Evans, Davida Smith, Harold Johnson, Chris Ross, Byron Cager, Aliyah Divine, Darryl Gordon, Melody Strupe, Cody Young, Patty Perrin, Marion Alexander, Fabrice, Providence Baptist Choir and Quartet, Sandra Bovender, Waughtown Baptist Dance Ministries and Tiffany Ruchugo.
For more information, contact Purity Ruchugo at 336-655-0347 or Alfred Clemonts at 336-624-5577.