Everybody love everybody

Everybody Love Everybody is an NGO that hosts parties and other events to raise funds for the St. Jane de Chantal orphanage in Hillbrow and many other organisations.

 

St. Jane de Chantal is the leading home for HIV positive kids and abandoned children, the home provides the children with food, shelter, Education and basic medical care. Tim Sammons and Mike Earp, the founders of Everybody Love Everybody (ELE), visited the orphanage a few years ago to see how they could help and where completely inspired to make a difference.

Tim and Mike then decided to found ELE to raise funds for St. Jane de Chantal as it relied on donations to stay open. They also raise funds for a number of other organisations and projects.

“We’ve noticed the skewed perceptions of our society and realised the need for a foundation that is relevant to our generation;”

“One of the focuses of ELE is to change the way organisations such as ours are funded by creating an environment where donors can contribute to fundraising projects without spending outside of their normal lifestyles. All the while having fun and learning compassion for our fellow man. In this way profits, usually reserved for companies, can find their way to orphans and the disenfranchised.”

Everybody Love Everybody has hosted a number of parties with the sole purpose of having fun while raising important funds for the orphanage and other projects they support.

Some of their most popular events in 2016 were their Quiz Nights and the ‘Beats in the Bush’ weekend festivals.

Every event the organisation hosts is an opportunity to dress up, have a few drinks and change the lives of the beneficiaries by donations from the events.

ELE has announced their first 2017 event, its a themed brunch. The event is on the 4th of March in Illovo and will be raising funds to help support 3 young underprivileged ladies for the school year.

“Be prepared to be swept off your feet with views of the city, beats from the bush and mimosas galore! This sexy sailor naughty-cal themed affair is set to turn Saturdays upside down. Come dressed in your bests – smart but naughty….cal.  All profits will be going towards putting three amazing underprivileged girls through school this year.”

If you are in Johannesburg and would like to attend the event, here is all the information you will need.

Everybody love Everybody


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Sources: Facebook / ELE

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