Tuesday, November 28, 2023
6:30 - 9:00 pm
9750 S 300 W, Sandy, UT 84070
This gala isn't just a celebration; it's a mission.
Your generosity can make a world of difference in the lives of families all over the world!
7:00 - 9:00pm: Dinner, Music, Speakers & Entertainment
It is with immense joy and anticipation that we extend to you a heartfelt invitation to the Giving Tuesday Gala – an evening of hope, unity, and giving, dedicated to supporting families in Kenya!
✨A Fabulous Dinner: Catered by one of Utah's favorites!
✨ A Night of Celebration: Join us in celebrating the power of compassion, community, and change as we come together for an unforgettable evening of music and inspiration.
✨ Fundraising for a Cause: This gala isn't just a celebration; it's a mission. Your generosity can make a world of difference in the lives of families in Kenya. Together, we can build a brighter future for those without hope.
✨ Cultural Extravaganza: Experience the rich and vibrant culture as you wander through The Kenya Experience. It's a journey to East Africa!
✨ Guest Speakers: Hear from inspirational speakers who have witnessed the impact of our collective efforts. Learn about the challenges faced by families in Kenya and how your support can transform their lives.
✨ Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded individuals, organizations, and philanthropists who share your passion for making a positive change in the world.
✨ Win a Trip to Kenya: Do you want to join us in 2024? By attending the Giving Tuesday Gala and participating in our fundraising challenge, you will have that chance!
Sponsoring the Giving Tuesday Gala with 100 Humanitarians International is an incredible opportunity to make a tangible impact during the giving season! Join us in celebrating generosity, showcasing your brand's commitment to social responsibility, and forging powerful partnerships. Elevate your corporate image, reach a global audience, and be part of a movement that's changing lives worldwide.
When you sponsor The Giving Tuesday Gala, your sponsorship lasts for the entire year!
Mary Crafts is a world-renowned inspirational speaker who pours her passion for life into every presentation she gives- whether it is for a large corporation, a charitable organization or private executive coaching.
When Mary enters a room, she is always “coming in hot!” She can take a room full of people on a journey that is not only entertaining, but mind-shifting. In a world where so many motivational speakers bring plenty of sizzle and little to no steak, it is Mary’s intent when she stands in front of an audience to arm them before she walks off stage!
Her dynamic presentations always include specific tools and strategies that remain ever-present long after she has flown away. She encourages those who bring her in to speak to their organizations to “get ready to measure results!” Her impact is that obvious!
Moses Masoi is a Maasai Warrior (well, now an Elder) born and raised on the Maasai Mara in Kenya. This is his 8th expedition to the United States, as he joins 100 Humanitarians International at every event.
Moses is a humanitarian and expert safari guide who runs Emparnat Safaris and the Emparnat Cultural Centre. He is an ambassador for his tribe, helping families with food, water, education, and health.
He is passionate about politics and creating changes in his community without changing the culture and values that the Maasai have held for thousands of years.
Moses joined 100 Humanitarians International as Executive Direction of Kenya in 2015. He has managed every expedition since then (over 35) with hundreds of participants.
Moses is married with 3 daughters. His favorite animal is a hyena, but to find out why, you have to join us on an expedition.
Heidi Totten is a 3X best-selling author, speaker, and serial entrepreneur. Since 2015, she has taken over 350 people to Kenya on humanitarian expeditions to help families rise above poverty.
Her passion is seeing the lightbulb go off when people realize that the power is within them to be the change in their own world.
When she isn't hauling down roads in Kenya in dusty jeeps, she can be found helping other entrepreneurs start and scale their businesses.
She is married to Dave, has a son in college and a plumbing apprenticeship, a daughter who is a Senior in high school, and the tiniest little pipsqueak of a dog who rules her world.
She is known for her love of tacos, avocados, and chocolate.
She wants to travel to all of the countries that end in the word 'land'.
Lori Walker is passionate about teaching skilled entrepreneurs how to build a business & life they love.
After 15 years in the corporate financial industry and 10 years as an entrepreneur, she’s helped thousands of people build a lucrative and sustainable business they can be proud of. Lori is a board member of 100 Humanitarians, working to build sustainable communities one family at a time in Kenya Africa, and in our local Salt Lake area.
She is the co-founder of the non-profit “Start Up Utah”, teaching new entrepreneurs how to run their own business, with scholarship opportunities for young adults who have aged out of the Foster Care System. Having directed networking chapters and created networking communities for many years, she knows how to be successful at connecting with people, even as an introvert.
Lori is always looking for new ways to help encourage, connect, and share knowledge with other entrepreneurs
Katie Jo is an artist, international public speaker, writer, and artisan. This book and writing program was her creative vision, sharing the stories of women and mothers. Author of Moon Journal Transform and co-author of Collaboration with the Divine: A Sacred Communion, and Unspoken Motherhood. Her passion is preserving the pathways of the ancients who lived in wisdom and harmony with the world around them. Making it simple, finding the inner path and
wise sage that is in the center of us all. She is a business owner, entrepreneur hosting monthly events and annual trainings.
Beyond the Women’s Voices program, her courses are sound healing, Reiki, and Shamanism. As an advocate, volunteers in addiction recovery, human trafficking rehabilitation, suicide prevention, and domestic violence eradication. When not painting, writing, or teaching, you can find her hand-tying leather hoop drums or
rollerblading down patchy back roads in her native state of Utah.
She is the mother of five and in love with the rascally Polynesian who married her.
Kenya Clark is a local contemporary pop artist who has been singing professionally since she was nine years old.
Over the years, Kenya has won or been the top finalists of many singing competitions; her most recent win being the 2022 sing Utah competition where she won $1000.
Kenya has produced many Disney and pop covers over the years with one of her covers: her “Moana mashup” reaching 9.6 million views on YouTube.
Kenya’s dream is to share her music with the world, hoping to bring comfort and joy, a sense of belonging, peace and all of the feels.
She hopes her music can do that tonight for all of you and she is grateful to be here!
100 Humanitarians International is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit recognized by the IRS, and all donations to 100 Humanitarians International are tax-deductible in accordance with IRS regulations. EIN #82-1048388
South Jordan, Utah