4th Annual Equanimity Awards To Honor Changemakers
On October 12, 2019, the Equanimity Awards will take place inside the Grapevine REC ballroom in Grapevine, TX. The star-studded event will award change-makers in the community while raising funds for JB Dondolo, Inc, a 501c3 non-profit which provides the simple, basic necessities to impoverished communities. The awards will be presented throughout the evening to honor citizens who are using their platforms to make change in the world. Proceeds from the event will specifically go towards Phase III of the Hospital Hope Project, which will entail connecting the water lines, installing equipment and refurbishing the kitchen at the Igusi Clinic in Umguza, Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe. This effort will impact a community of 20,000 people. The 2019 Honorees and presenters will be announced beginning in January through February of 2019. The Grapevine REC is located at 1175 Municipal Way, Grapevine, TX 76051. Doors open at 6:00 PM. To purchase tickets or for more information, go to www.purplepass.com/eqtawards. Tickets range from $75 for general admission to $150 for VIP seating. To purchase a table or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, email Lumbie Mlambo at email@example.com.
ABOUT EQUANIMITY LLC
Based out of Coppell, Texas, Equanimity LLC is a publishing firm which publishes online content and coverage of inspiring stories of life and success. The content and stories highlight driven people from all walks of life; those who have succeeded in reaching the balance that allows us to pursue our dreams and goals in life and celebrates people who are in the beginning, growing, or completion stages of their journey by providing them with a platform to share their stories. www.eqtmag.com
ABOUT JB DONDOLO
JB Dondolo, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit which primarily exists to provide charitable services to impoverished communities worldwide. The company focuses on those markets that cannot afford the simple, basic necessities. The organization was founded by Dondolo’s children in November, 2012. It is named after their late father, J. B. Dondolo, an orphan, farmer, and humanitarian advocate whose values and principles on giving continue to inspire his children, friends, and families across the world. J. B. Dondolo played a critical role in the fight against poverty. Dondolo’s children saw the need to form a nonprofit to honor their father so his legacy of good deeds would continue. The charity is interested in promoting, developing, and completing projects and programs that have been started but left incomplete or imagined but not started for a variety of reasons. www.jbdondolo.org