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KOM’s Fall 2021 Virtual Fundraiser
November 4, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a virtual fundraiser event again this year!
We invite you to join us in learning about exciting new initiatives that KOM has been working on with community partners to address the needs of our youth. We will also feature special guest performances by local Karen musicians. All donations will help support refugees and immigrants in our local community. We hope to see you there!
Thursday, November 4th at 7:00pm – 8:00pm CDT
This year’s program will highlight new initiatives that address the needs of youth in our community. We will have special musical guests, a live raffle drawing, and more!
Free! Please consider making a donation to support refugees and immigrants in our local community. Any donation you make will be matched up to $10,000 by our sponsors!
Meet our special guest musicians
Although her parents are not singers, ever since she was little, Titer Haw Min loved singing. She was born in Mae La Oo Refugee Camp in Thailand after her parents and relatives fled Burma. Titer resettled to the United States in 2013 with her family and is now 13 years old. She dreams of becoming a singing star in the future. Currently, she stays busy by singing at events around the community. She hopes to inspire and uplift her Karen community through her voice and songs. Titer is empathetic, kind, and thoughtful. At 13, she has already accomplished a lot, and will keep moving forward until she achieves her dreams.
Rebeca Paw Moo is part of a talented Karen musical family, well-known by previous generations for their singing. Her father plays many instruments, including guitar, keyboard, and bass. Coming from a musical family tree, Rebeca’s passion for singing started shortly after learning how to talk. She was born in Mae La Refugee Camp in Thailand and came to the United States with her family as a baby in 2008. Rebeca is now 13 going on 14 years old. As the oldest of four kids, Rebeca is responsible for helping to take care of her younger siblings. When life proves difficult, singing often helps motivate her. When she grows up, she hopes to become a professional singer and use her platform to help the Karen community and uplift those living in poverty. Regardless of if she achieves fame, she will continue singing from her heart.
Our raffle is now closed. Tune in on Thursday, November 4th to find out who won!
KOM will hold a live raffle drawing during the event for 10 prizes including:
Karen Art and Textiles | 55” Smart TV | Gold Necklace | GoPro Hero 9 | AirPods Pro | Rice Cooker | Air Fryer | Bailey Nurseries Plants
Read our KOM House Rules for Raffle for more info about who can buy raffle tickets, where to pick up prizes, required payment options, and more.
For questions regarding the raffle, please contact:
Eh Tah Khu | (651)202-3114 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Alexis Walstad | (651)202-3120 | email@example.com
Interested in sponsoring our event? Find the various sponsorship levels and benefits in our Sponsor Invitation Letter.
Please contact Alexis Walstad at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-202-3120 for questions about sponsorship.
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