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Join the CHOICE Humanitarian global community in coming together virtually to end extreme poverty. Our guests will hear from our teams in Bolivia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Kenya, Mexico, Nepal and Peru and learn how, even in the midst of a global pandemic, CHOICE continues to fight for vulnerable communities worldwide.

Enjoy the free virtual event from the comfort of your own home as you are transported around the world and invited to join the fight to end poverty. This inspirational evening will feature the National Parks Band in a live streamed concert and will include a tempting silent and live auction. We will celebrate our accomplishments and move towards even greater successes in eliminating extreme poverty!

Stay Tuned Below For The Event To Begin Automatically At 6:30 PM MDT

BID AWAY

Register now on our auction site so that you are ready to bid on your favorite items or make a donation! Click here for detailed instructions on how to register.

Text choice2020 to 76278 to register and bid on your smartphone.

PURCHASE A TABLE

Although this is a free virtual event, you can still support CHOICE by purchasing a “table.” Along with other perks, each table host will receive a charcuterie board for up to ten people to enjoy during the event!

BECOME A SPONSOR

Become an event sponsor to showcase your company’s impact and provide funds that will meet urgent needs in impoverished communities around the world.


The NATIONAL PARKS

Band Photo In nature, wildflowers signify freedom. Nobody plants them. Rather, they blossom on their own. The same could be said of The National Parks. Since emerging in 2013, the Provo, UT quartet—Brady Parks [guitar,vocals], Sydney Macfarlane [keys, vocals], Cam Brannelly [drums], and Megan Parks [violin]—has quietly grown into an independent phenomenon with roots embedded in blissful pop, cinematic electronics, organic orchestration, and rock energy.

In January 2020 The National Parks joined CHOICE Humanitarian on an expedition to Kenya where they collaborated with local musicians, danced in the rain with children from the community, and worked alongside community members to complete the construction of a school.

Band Photo

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