east villagers serviceasia concert

East Villagers is a new online community dedicated to sharing the stories and lending support to nonprofit organizations and individuals engaging in humanitarian work. The site has been up in and running for a couple of weeks, but the official launch date is May 2.

To celebrate the launch, and to raise awareness about service needs in East Asia, they're throwing a free concert featuring guest band Tim Be Told and hip hop violinist Paul Dateh. It's Saturday, May 2 in Cubberley Auditorium at Stanford University. Some details:
ServiceAsia Concert
Raising Awareness for Service in East Asia

Saturday, May 2, 2009
6:30pm - 10:30pm
Cubberley Auditorium, Stanford University
Stanford, CA

May is Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month and World Hepatitis Month. East Villagers, Asian Central, and the Asian Liver Center presents...

ServiceAsia: Raising Awareness for Service in East Asia

Poverty. Hunger. Lack of Education, Healthcare, and Help.

Featuring guest band Tim Be Told from the East Coast and hip hop violinist Paul Dateh from Los Angeles

Doors open with Pre-Show Concert at 6:30pm, Concert starts at 7:30-10pm, Service Fair and Refreshments to follow. If you work for a non-profit and would like a table at the Service Fair, please contact eastvillagers@gmail.com.

First 200 to signup for East Villagers receives a free East Villagers T-shirt at the end of the show. Once you have registered for the concert on EV, you will receive an email ticket confirmation and parking directions.
If you're in or around the Stanford area next Saturday, come on out, get informed, and get involved. For more information about the event, and to get your ticket (it's free, but you have to register), go here. Also see the Facebook event page here. Watch the concert trailer here. And to learn more about East Villagers, go here.

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