By Delinda Lombardo on
On December 5, the Girls to the Maxx There is No Limit Foundation will be holding the first annual “La Guinais” Gala in New York to raise funds for the “La Guinais.”
The event, to be held at Mansion in N.Y. (530 West 28th St.), has attracted celebrities from film, music, and sport who will join the cause to raise funds for the cause.
Confirmed celebrities include: TLC’s ‘Take Home Chef’ and author Curtis Stone, NBA superstar and humanitarian Dikembe Mutombo, world renown chef and restaurateur Jean George Vongeritchen, Emmy nominated producer and editor Michael Amoia, and Soap star Denise Vasi.
The evening of entertainment, music and fashion will also draw over 100 corporate executives and Representative of Government as well as the ambassador of Guinea to the United States. It will include a fashion show, and a display of the tie-dye fabrics made by hard working poor women from Guinea Conakry. All of the custom fabrics will be available for sale on through ‘The Girls To The Maxx’ website at a later date.
Invitation and space are limited. For more information or tickets please visit the There is No Limit Foundation
The “Girls To The Maxx- There Is No Limit Inc.” was founded in 2005 by Mariama Mounir Petrolawicz and co- founded by her sister Aissata Mounir Camara. These two sisters are originally from West Africa Guinea. The foundation seeks to educate and increase public awareness about the issues of poverty, hunger, disease, education, sexual and physical violence. They strive to combine efforts and strategies that will educate people about these problems in order to eradicate them around the world.
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