Joy Moja Jam Fest 2015, Thank You!

THANK YOU!!!!!! We all had a great time at Joy Moja Jam Fest, and thanks to the sponsors, bands, volunteers, and everyone who came out to support this cause, WERAISED ALMOST $7,000 to help the kids in this picture (and their school mates) have a more fruitful educational experience!!!! Please like Joy Moja’s FaceBook page to follow our trip in November and see what your contributions will do! There will be more events in the near future, and as always all proceeds benefit children’s education!‪#‎comeshinewithus‬ ‪#‎joymoja‬ ‪#‎kisongoprimaryschool‬


Joy Moja Jam Fest 2015

JOY MOJA JAM FEST 2015

When: 12 – 8 p.m. Sunday, August 23
Where: Ancient City Brewing, 3420 Agricultural Center Drive Suite 8

Joy Moja Jam Fest 2015 is a fundraiser filled with local music, grilled food, and craft beer. The event will include a raffle featuring a beach cruiser donated by Sprockets, a long-board donated by Blue Sky, Jewelry from Made by Survivors, and a guitar that will be painted and signed by all performing artists on the day of the event. Live music provided by: The Wobbly Toms, Blood Sugar $ex Magic (A Red Hot Chili Peppers Cover Band), Root of All, and Lonesome Bert and The Skinny Lizards. Pre-sale tickets are a donation of $20 and include a Joy Moja T-shirt and a complimentary pint of Ancient City Brewing craft beer (ages 21+) or soda. Note: $20 donation at the door does not include a T-shirt or pint.

All proceeds benefit Joy Moja. Founded by Christina Joy, this St. Augustine based non-profit organization sells handmade products made by artisans in Tanzania in order to provide educational opportunities and fund educational projects in their communities. Learn more at www.joymoja.com.


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There are 126 living languages taught as a first language in Tanzania. Although much of the population speaks at least some English, the majority learn Swahili as a second language. Formal English is taught to students in secondary school starting at approximately age 10, and many families lack the resources to pay for the school fees, books, uniforms, and transportation that allows their children to continue their education after primary school.