African Voices Forum in partnership with Black South West Network are holding an Fundraising Dinner to support the survivors and families who have been affected by Ebola in Sierra Leone.
The two charities that will benefit from the funds raised are Educaid and Heaven Homes, UK based charities which support the survivors and orphans of Ebola in Sierra Leone. This support includes providing counselling support to bring closure to the families of the victims.
This initiative is supported by Save the Children, Sierra Leone Embassy in London and DFID through attendance.
Entertainment includes appearances from:
Kizzy Morell – Well-known in Bristol and beyond, Kizzy is a force of nature who can turn her vocals to jazz, gospel, blues and much, much more. Involved in many projects in the area she has supported Bristol music for many years.
Celestine Walcott Gordon – Celestine is an eclectic soul artist with a velvet voice rich in emotion and experience far beyond her years influenced by some of the great singers of our time.
Miles Chambers – An inspiring performance poet, Miles uses his amazing talent to inspire people in the community, with his lyrical minded show on Ujima Radio.
DJ Lulu – Female entertainment queen in the Sierra Leone Music Industry, Anita Fabrah, aka DJ Lulu. The beautiful Sierra Leonean musical queen is a singer, rapper, and dancer, and legend of the Sierra Leone music industry. DJ Lulu will perform her latest hits which include ‘Nar Mi Cam So’ and ‘Nor Look E Face’.
Ed Chuckle – Comedian and Alagbagah Band from Bristol.