When: August 23, 2019 at 7:30 pm – August 24, 2019 at 1:00 am
Where:Port Autonomy, Strand Rd, Yangon, Myanmar
Cost: RSVP
Contact: Port Autonomy, 01 392 263

“Uncharted Horizons Cycles to Get the Street Kids Out of Their Cycle”.

Uncharted Horizons and Sonne International are collaborating on a project to raise money to be put towards the future of the Yangon Street Kids.

Jochen and Michael from Uncharted Horizons will cycle 3000km from Yangon to Singapore over a month.

On August 25th they are setting off, and they want to send them off in absolute style (with your support).

Come and join them as they get street kids out of their cycle by supporting Sonne International in building an educational centre for underprivileged children of Yangon.

Get your dancing shoes ready as their stage will be taken over by superb local and international artists:

Georg Grace-ful
Fun Band
DJ LadyJ

Enjoy special Tour de Yangon whiskey based cocktail and Cucumber & Elderflower G&T at only 4,500++
Go ahead and buy many since each purchase contributes 1000MMK to the cause.

Participate in a lucky draw and give yourself a chance to win prizes.

They start at 7:30pm

Spread the word amongst your friends and family, the more the merrier (to say the least)

Help us kick off this project

About Sonne International

SONNE International stands for “Support Organization for Non-formal Needed Education” and focuses on education, health, nutrition and support programs.

Our mission is to provide a secure and promising life through accessible education and healthcare to vulnerable and marginalized children.

SONNE currently operates three daycare centers in Yangon and will be opening a fourth one in October 2019.

Here they provide day care, nutrition (2 healthy meals a day), training services, bathing facilities and medical care for up to 90 children as well as facilitating non formal education where they teach these children reading, writing, and arithmetic (amongst other subjects). This is all complemented by our sports and arts programs. Children who have a chance to be integrated into formal school are supported with scholarships for enrollment, materials and uniforms.