Kay Morris Foundation Continues to Help Others in Africa

….with Stop Ebola Benefit Concert in Brampton, Canada

The Kay Morris Foundation (KMF) responds to the Ebola crisis in West Africa with a benefit gospel concert dubbed “Stop Ebola”. The fund-raiser is organized by multi-award winning reggae gospel artist & global humanitarian Kay Morris, to raise awareness and needed funds to purchase protective gears in support of the doctors and nurses working on the front lines in the West Africa. The Ebola virus is a global crisis which is affecting many Nations and is a major threat to the world at large says Kay Morris, who is President and Founder of the non-profit organization with an office based in Ghana. Visit the Kay Morris Foundation to learn more about its efforts in helping people in parts of Africa.

In 2006 Morris through her foundation, brokered $1.5 million for the prevention and eradication of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa during the height of that crisis; she believes the Ebola virus is much bigger and in order to STOP and prevent the spread of the deadly virus, it requires global unity, intervention and a more in-depth response on all fronts from Governments, Civil Society, NGO’s, FBO’s and the global village at large.

The benefit concert will feature gospel artists from Canada and the USA. It will be held on Sat, December 27th, 2014 at 8pmat The Gospel Café, 5120 Dixie Rd in Mississauga, Canada. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at The Gospel Café, Tyndale University Book Store, and Jamaica House Restaurant in Brampton.

For more information, please call 416-844-7038
Visit the Kay Morris Foundation


KMF Stop Ebola Benefit Concert




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