Providing hot meals for over 250 Cambodian children every day, BuckHunger continues to address the pressing needs of a country and a culture devastated by ruthless genocide and war, in our lifetimes.
Buy a silk scarf, hand-woven in Cambodia, and give yourself or a loved one a gorgeous gift that will feed more than 15 children a hot meal, AND support the family whose grand-daughters have restored the looms, and are working to rebuild the family art/business that was devastated when earlier generations, including their parents, were killed by the Pol Pot regime.
John Phillips, former Tulsa restaurateur, and director of BuckHunger, is in Tulsa for a few days. He will be present to fill you in on the amazing impact of each dollar he receives from the sale of scarves and donations. This event is co-sponsored by The Garden Deva, BuckHunger, and The CentreWorks, Inc. Garden Deva will be gladly donating 5% of all gallery sales to BuckHunger, in addition to being the event's host venue.
More info about this tremendous non-profit organization here!
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Tickets available online here.
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Matt and John (3:00-3:45)
The Passing Tones (4:-4:45)
Death Star (4:45-5:30)
The Phoenix Bros (5:45-6:30)