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A Fundraiser for Peace and Healing in Honor of Sat Guru Dr. Serge Raynaud de La Ferriere with Maestro Manuel Rufino and Guests

  • Golden Drum 97 Green Street #G1 Brooklyn, NY, 11222 United States (map)

Join us for a special fundraiser for Uganda Medical Outreach, in honor of the birthday of Sat Guru Dr. Serge Raynaud de La Ferriere, featuring Maestro Manuel Rufino, with Carla Ashton-Carroll, Abhaijot Kaur, Amanbir Singh, Nitya and Dream Seed.

Join us for a Q+A with Maestro Manuel Rufino, Kundalini Yoga, Esoteric Acupuncture, Reiki, delicious food and live music.

This event is dedicated to providing free medical care and medications to the poor, rural families in Uganda, East Africa. 100% of the evening's proceeds will go towards medical outreach!

4:30 pm  Doors Open
5:00 pm  Kundalini Yoga, Esoteric Acupuncture, Reiki, and Sound Therapy Savasana
6:45 pm  Vegan Dinner
7:15 pm   Q&A with Maestro Manuel Rufino
8:30 pm  Music with Dream Seed
9:30 pm  Closing

Minimum donation: $35 cash at the door.

Donations can also be made here:

About the Medical Outreach

Every year, Rock Church Ministries Medical Fellowship organize a medical outreach in different parts of Uganda to offer free medical check-ups, consultations, minor and major surgical operations, health education and medicines to thousands of Ugandans who have very limited access to healthcare facilities.

They aim to offer free consultations and treatment and health education to the community. The attending team comprises of pediatricians, gynecologists, surgeons, dentist & dental technologist, pharmacist, nurse, medical officers, clinical officer, and final year medical students. The last medical mission treated over 1700 patients including many children and old people. The services offered included health education, pediatric and medical consultations, dispensary, eye clinic, cancer screening, surgical care and procedures, and dental. All services and medications were given without charge. The next outreach is planned for February 2018 in a low-income rural part of Uganda, East Africa.

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