What: A lively cocktail party to introduce, celebrate, and raise support for One Hen, Inc, the non-profit organization that is helping young entrepreneurs bloom at home and around the world. Kick up your heels to the music of LiveWire, a favorite local jazz band, while enjoying hor d’oevres, drinks, and engaging conversation. It’s a fun and easy way to make a difference in the lives of young persons at home and in emerging economies.
When: Friday, March 30, 6:30- 10 pm
Where: Wellesley College Club, Wellesley College, 727 Washington Street, Wellesley
How: Tickets ($100 per person) may be purchased at www.oneheninc.org. Spaces are limited so register today.
About: One Hen, Inc, helps children learn skills to succeed in school and life through interactive programs that inspire kids to four values: financial responsibility, personal initiative, global awareness, and giving back. One Hen’s curriculua, One Hen: Microfinance for Kids and The Good Garden: Food Security for Kids, are based off of the award winning books by local author, Katie Smith Milway, and use microfinance principles to teach hands on entrepreneurship and financial literacy to children in grades 3-8. Students deepen their understanding through games, challenges, and discussions on accompanying websites. Since 2009, One Hen has worked with schools, clubs, and after school programs to reach over 19,000 children and educators and educators in more than 140. In the summer of 2011, over 2,000 young persons started and ran a small business through One Hen, gaining hands-on experience, employable skills, and a taste success and their ability to make a difference. For more information see www.oneheninc.org.