This Is A Must-Attend Event In Dallas This Saturday!

By Eric Tataw – Dallas, Texas, Saturday November 9, 2019.

Dr Belinda Babila, Founder and CEO of the Belinda Babila Foundation in the middle of two and team as they prepare for their 1st Black Tie Fundraising Gala Event in Dallas, Texas.

Belinda Babila Foundation – BBF has kept all towns and cities in Dallas County; Addison, Balch Springs, Carrollton, Cedar Hill, Coppell, Dallas, Desoto, Duncanville, Garland, Grand Prairie, Hutchins, Irving, Lancaster, Mesquite, Richardson, Rowlett, Sachse, Seagoville, Sunnyvale and Wilmer talking and bracing up.

The Foundation is organizing its 1st Black Tie Fundraising Gala Event under the theme; “Livelihood Sustenance and Empowerment to IDPs and Refugees in Nigeria.” The event scheduled for Saturday November 9, 2019 as from 8.00 PM Dallas Time at the Nirvana Event Center; 9550 Skillman Street, Dallas TX 75234 is entirely dedicated to refugees and IDPs from Cameroon’s armed conflict, National Telegraph has confirmed.

The current Mayor of Lancaster is the official guest speaker at the event. Dr Belinda Babila, Founder and CEO of the Belinda Babila Foundation, in an interview with National Telegraph said all is done and dusted. As at the time National Telegraph’s Eric Tataw visited the hall, Friday November 8, 2019, all was in place ready for the event.

Since the beginning of an armed conflict in Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions of the North West and South West in which armed groups are battling regular government soldiers to restore the state of Southern Cameroons aka Ambazonia, at least over two million people have been either internally displaced or living as refugees in Nigeria and other countries with a majority being women and children.

Motivated by the deplorable conditions in which most of these displaced persons find themselves in, Belinda Babila Foundation has dedicated time, energy and finances in carrying out radical outreaches, though still not adequate to meet the needs of the ever increasing number of refugees and IDPs.

Belinda Babila Foundation has also launched; Feed a Family Weekly Campaign in their Uyo Office in Nigeria, West Africa with over 6000 Cameroonian Refugees under her care. The Foundation supplies basic hygiene needs and feed Cameroonian refugee families based in Uyo weekly, monthly and has a global every-three-month outreach.

Donors are honoured and saluted for their selfless contributions. The Foundation usually solicits $20 per Good Samaritan to enable her effectively carry out such campaigns. Donations are made through; Cashapp: Bbabilafoundation on 214-296-7209, Zelle: 214 916 8240, MTN Mobile money Cameroon: Belinda Babila Foundation on 653 479 516. Those having difficulties can also get directly to the Founder on; +1214 296 7209.

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