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9-year-old US philanthropist Khloe Kares visits Ghana

Khloe Kares is a nine-year-old American philanthropist visiting Ghana from Friday, 14 April to Friday, 21 April 2017.

At the young age of nine, Khloe is proving that her age has nothing to do with her ability to impact the world around her.

Khloe believes that she can give back to the world by serving others through spreading awareness about compassion, and being a role model to help make a difference.

Mansa Agyare, the founder of Write from the Heart Book Club and Dawn Sutherland, Director of Bridge to Africa Connection Inc., invited Khloe for the unique opportunity to visit Ghana and provide children with a week of empowerment, encouragement and motivation.

During her 7-day trip, Khloe will work with over 1,500 children encouraging them to be anything they want to be. Khloe will speak to the children on the topic: “You can do it at any age!”

She will interact and share experiences with Dawn’s Sunday Morning Girls aged from 10-13 years who got a chance to view multiple videos of Khloe Kares’ work in America. They were so inspired, they wanted her to come to Ghana to help them and other kids make a difference for themselves and their communities.

On Saturday, 15 April 2017, Khloe will share real life tools on Vision Boarding with her audience of 200 children at the Nubuke Foundation in East Legon, Accra. She will also engage her young audience on developing a business mindset and skills as well as social responsibility.

Some of the children will get an opportunity to do a presentation Shark Tank-style on what they came up with. Shark Tank is a TV show where entrepreneurs come into a room and pitch to a panel of “Sharks” or investors to raise money for their idea.

Khloe Kares will also cut the ribbon to open the Khloe Kares Living Water Project, which is a Borehole & Toilet Facility she donated at the New Kokobiriko D/A Primary School in Abidjan Nkwanta, Ashanti Region on Tuesday, 18 April 2017 at 10:00am.



Source: ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM

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