Daraja Academy: School of My Dreams
Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
If you haven’t RSVP’d yet, please do so today. This is going to be an exciting event with the Bay Area premiere of School of My Dreams. Over 200 people saw the film at Time Warner in NY and gave it rave reviews. Founder Jason Doherty will speak about the scholastic success of the Daraja girls, including Bette, who won a full scholarship to college because she placed first in her district!
Don't worry about parking, valet provided! Reserve your tickets today before its too late!
Please join Deborah Santana with Daraja Academy founders Jason and Jenni Doherty at the 2013 fundraiser!
Saturday, May 18th, 2013
5 – 8 PM
David Brower Center
2150 Allston Way
Berkeley, CA 94794
5 PM Check in, Raffle, and Music by Salvador Santana
Valet Parking Provided
Program begins at 6 PM sharp with our new honored film:
School of My Dreams
Enjoy delicious food, hear Jason and Jenni’s heartfelt mission for Daraja Academy, and about my passion to educate girls who will change our world for the better!
RSVP to this free event by reserving your tickets today! Only 180 tickets available!
Daraja Academy is a free four-year boarding secondary school for girls in Nanyuki, Kenya. In 2009, 26 girls began their high school educations with the help of teachers, sponsors, and the love of many of you. This year, the first graduating class prepares for the future, and 104 students continue to learn, challenge the state of education for girls, and to dream of becoming journalists, educators, accountants, and world leaders.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu says, "Daraja Academy is changing girls' lives!"
Scool of my Dreams film and photo by Award- winning Director Barbara Rick
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Deborah Santana is an author, philanthropist, advocate for peace and social justice, and mother of three extremely loved children. Her memoir, Space Between The Stars: My Journey to an Open Heart, was published in March 2005.
Ms. Santana is founder of Do A Little, a donor-advised fund at the San Francisco Foundation that supports women and girls in the areas of health, education and happiness. She supports varied organizations and has traveled widely, experiencing the lives of Nelson Mandela to schoolgirls in Kenya.
Ms. Santana believes life is to be lived with integrity, compassion and love. She tells her personal stories to share her strength and encourage others on the journey.