Public-Private Alliance Foundation's "Partners Against Poverty" Benefit

Affirmation Arts is proud to welcome the Public-Private Alliance Foundation on the occasion of the "Partners Against Poverty" benefit. The benefit will take place on November 4, from 6pm-8pm.

Noted actor and director Tony Plana will host the event. Ian Williams, past president of the United Nations Correspondents Association, will discuss his book, Rum: The Social and Sociable History of the Real Spirit of 1776. Other speakers included Lesly Kernisant, president of SImACT, Inc., Jocelyn McCalla, Office of Special Representative of Haiti to the UN, and David Stillman, PPAF's executive director.

Affirmation Arts' exhibtion Saving Grace will be on display during the event.

The Public-Private Alliance Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to reducing poverty in the world by bringing together business, governmental, community, academic, United Nations and other interests. Through collaboration, we help stimulate entrepreneurship and commerce-related activities and encourage investment for sustainable development. The Foundation supports the principles of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals