The Young Humanitarian Circle of Refugees International invites you to join the Steering Committee, Gala attendees, Sudanese hip hop sensation and refugee Emmanuel Jal (who is performing at the Gala) as well as RI Board Member actor/activist Matt Dillon at L2 Lounge on Thursday, May 5th.
The after party starts at 10pm and is complimentary for all Gala attendees, but open to the public (with limited space) for a $25 registration fee which will be donated to RI’s YHC.
Included are special priced cocktails as well as a section off dedicated space within the private members only club.
Please go to AFTER PARTY to register.
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