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|Roma Kids North American Tour 2010 Continues in Toronto on August 7|
Art Fumerton - feedthechildrenvallarta.com
August 03, 2010
Those of you who’ve been following the progress of the Roma Kids North American Tour 2010 will recognize this pair as the infamous duo, Fox and Einstein. They started their annual School of Champions fund raising events at the White House Bistro in Saugatuck, Michigan on June 27, 2010.
On August 7th, The Fox/Einstien show will hit the Madison Avenue Bar and Grill in Toronto. Isabel Manore will host the festivities which will begin around 4 pm on the 7th. All proceeds from the evening will go to fund the School of Champions fall semester, which starts in September.
This is the second leg of the second year of this tour, and after the first event at the White House Bar and Grill in Saugatuck, Michigan, it looks to be even better than last year. If you are in the Toronto area, please join in the fun and help support our children and their school.
The final 2010 Roma Kids North American Tour fund raiser will return to Puerto Vallarta around November 14 or 15, at Café Roma with Fox and Cheryl as hosts.
These fundraisers, along with the year-long efforts of the crew at Café Roma, raise a substantial portion of the yearly budget for the School of Champions. With plans for expansion in the works for the new school year, these events become even more important for the financial well-being of the program.
Please attend a fund raiser near you, or plan to visit us in Puerto Vallarta at Café Roma, and don’t forget to take the Feed the Children Vallarta tour when you are in Vallarta! Call Art Fumerton at 044-322-158-8815 for tour reservations.
About the Feed the Children Vallarta (formerly Children of the Dump)
Feed the Children was founded in 1998, originally as Desayunos Para Los Niños de Vallarta, a Mexican non profit, tax exempt corporation. Through private donations, the program feeds more than 1,500 children daily in 5 primary schools around the dump, operates nine day care centers and an after-school program for 300 students in grades 3 through 6, teaching them English, math and computing. The goal of the Feed the Children Vallarta is to ensure education through grade nine and to educate the children of Puerto Vallarta in the skills necessary to rise above poverty. Click HERE to learn more.