Dallas Fort Worth #OnePeopleOneHeart #HadeHizbiHadeLibi Benefit Dinner (Feb 23rd)

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“Hidri is a youth development program for Eritrean youth of Dallas. Hidri aims to provide an environment where youth ages 13-17 can come together to reassert their identity, patriotism, and unity. Hidri strives to educate Eritrean youth about their culture and dynamic history of Eritrea most of all assures the youth grow up to be young successful Eritreans.”

By YoungPFDJ – Dallas

WHO: Hidri & YoungPFDJ – Dallas

WHAT: Benefit Dinner with Spoken word, musical entertainment & more

WHEN: Saturday, February. 23rd

WHY: We believe that our nation’s culture resides in the heart and soul of its people, with that Said we want to invite all of our community members and Friends to come join us at our Benefit Dinner for a memorable night. This Benefit dinner is designed to celebrate our rich culture through the talent of young Eritreans within our community, as well as rejoice in our community’s achievement over the last Decade.

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FOR MORE INFO VISIT US AT HidriDallas.org

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS

Hidri is a youth development program for Eritrean youth of Dallas. HIDRI aims to provide an environment where youth ages 13-17 can come together to reassert their identity, patriotism, and unity. HIDRI strives to educate Eritrean youth about their culture and dynamic history of Eritrea most of all assures the youth grow up to be young successful Eritreans.

Big Brother Big Sister Mentor Program is a youth mentorship program that partners young Eritrean adults and professionals with Eritrean youth. The Eritrean Big Brother Big Sister program links young Eritreans in high school with collegiate and professional Eritreans in the Dallas area. The program consists of mentors leading monthly workshops in a classroom setting, but also has an individual aspect assigning mentors to students to take an invested interest in mentoring them one-on-one. Another aim of the BBBS program is to expose the students to new and diverse experiences through volunteer work in the Dallas community. Through volunteering, the students gain leadership skills and a sense of responsibility that will further prepare them for their future professions.

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