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CERI Partners in Ministry Fellowship at Annual Benefit Dinner

Thank you to all of CERI’s faithful friends and partners in ministry who celebrated with us at the annual benefit dinner, A Passport to CERI! Approximately $40,200 was raised to be used in the service of children in extreme poverty overseas.

On Thursday, March 26, 2015, several hundred of CERI’s partners and friends gathered at The Overlook country club in Atascocita for A Passport to CERI Benefit Dinner, hosted by longtime CERI friend DJ Ayana Mack of 97.9 The Box and Majic 10.1.

The event also featured three special dance performances by talented young ladies of Urban Souls Dance Company, a community development initiative that provides youth with quality dance training, social development and cultural awareness.

CERI helps impoverished children around the world through child sponsorships, foster care, microenterprise loans, emergency aid and mission trips.

Click here to view event photos on CERI’s Facebook

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