The Bloom Party is a platform provided for vendors, sponsors, volunteers and donors to give back to the community by contributing services/ funds/gifts towards a non-for-profit glam, top-notch Christmas Party for underprivileged children.
It is designed to be fun and inspirational for the kids, with lots of food to eat. We want to give them an experience they cannot afford (for now) and leave them with something to look forward to in their future.
Did you know that designers will be making the clothes (dresses, suits) the kids will be wearing to the event? Currently we have over 8 designers onboard.
Saturday, 16th December 2017 in a central location in Lagos
Priority will be given to children without ANY parent but open to reviewing other instances.
Thank you for offering. We had a lot of interests and application slots are now closed for volunteering at #TheBloomParty2017. However, if you’d like to be notified about volunteering opportunities at our next event, #TheBloomParty2018, please fill out this form If for some reason you are unable to use the form at the time, send an email to email@example.com or fill out our Contact Us Form and we will reach out to you in the future. If you a vendor and would like to provide a service for this year, please email us.
You can volunteer by helping us spread the word. Please join our online campaign: called #BLOOMToMe2017 where people share what BLOOM means to them with respect to The Bloom Party (See an example here https://www.instagram.
Remember you can still donate (www.bloom.i.ng/donate), sponsor a child’s Christmas wishlist item (www.bloom.i.ng/wishlist) or email us to partner or sponsor a part of the event.
Yes BLOOM is registered in Nigeria as Spreading BLOOM initiative for underprivileged children. Registration number: CAC/IT/NO 98111
It is a not-for-profit organisation.
INTRODUCING PROJECT BUTTERFLY
In line with our mission at BLOOM, we believe that we can help these children see their potential, feel it and eventually become the best version of themselves. Therefore beyond the annual luxury party, we are putting in place a program that would cater to developing life skills to carry them further.
To commence the series of projects under this programme, we are launching a scheme focused on developing practical technology skills for the children which includes computer appreciation, robotics, coding, to mention a few. We call this project, Butterfly. Over the next few months, Butterfly seeks to expand the life skill capacity of these children by introducing an interesting curriculum that spans across various fields which cater to the knowledge gap of the BLOOM children.
To donate a computer system, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or fill the form on our contact us page