Agami is hosting the Agami Spotlight, Bay Area's 15th Annual Fundraising Event on July 22nd, 2018 at Chandni Restaurant. Lunch will be served promptly at 12:00 noon, followed by the main event from 1pm to 4pm. Agami has invited Babna Karim, the Warfaze metal vocalist to perform together with an excellent hand-picked musical crew to set the stage on fire. Warfaze is the popular 90's band who played high energy beats and infused hard metal into Bangladesh's pop culture. Babna Karim has been one of the creative minds behind Warfaze's hit numbers. He has, to his credit, some all-time playlist favourites - Obak Bhalobasha, Brishti Nemeche, Bichhino Abeg, Jokhon, Jononi and Mounata. The afternoon will also provide an insight into Agami’s accomplishments and initiatives and showcase local Bay area performances.
Please join us at our Agami Spotlight Event on July 22nd, 2018, in support of the Agami cause.
Location: Chandni Restaurant, 5748 Mowry School Rd, Newark, CA 94560
Date: July 22, 2018 @ 12 - 4 PM
Artist: Babna Karim - FB page
Ticket info: Early Bird: Adult $35, Kids between 5-12 $20 (under 5 FREE), Walk-ins: Adult $45 / Kids $20
Agami's mission is to focus on effecting lasting socio-economic change in Bangladesh through education. We provide quality basic education for underprivileged children. To enable a “holistic” solution, our programs may be combined with our partners' programs for public health, vocational training, economic development, and other human development initiatives.
Agami's Core Values:
- Action group - We measure our success by the positive impact of the activities we undertake.
- Education - The focus of our group is empowering children through education.
- Secular - We aim to help any underprivileged child, regardless of religion.
- Non-political - We do not partner with any political group and/or party of national or international origin.
- Volunteer based - All of our members are volunteers, not paid employees.
- Donations - 100% of project donations received are invested in projects and programs benefiting the underprivileged.