Your Rights, Your Night

This is an opportunity for  you not to miss one of  Toronto’s best fundraising parties.  jhr head office is hosting its seventh annual ‘Night for Rights.’   Since 2003, jhr has been hosting one of the most exciting and trendiest charitable events, with live music and amazing company.  Since the beginning of it’s inception, ‘Night for Rights’ has raised more than a quarter of a million dollars to assist in jhr’s work in Africa.

Intimate, upscale and fun, this night will be filled with music and performances by top-notch DJ’s and African drumming.  There will be a silent auction and raffle, along with an all-inclusive bar.  ‘Night for Rights’ is a sure way of leaving attendees more aware and passionate about human rights and helping jhr in improving their work to promote awareness.

So if you’re up for a night filled with amazing memories while helping out an amazing cause, don’t forget to purchase your ticket(s) before they sell out!  For more information you can take a glance below at cost of tickets, or click on the link that will take you to the events main web page:

Event at a Glance
DATE: Friday, March 26th, 2010
LOCATION: Oasi, 99 Sudbury Street, Toronto (map)
$100 Premium Ticket

  • Doors Open at 7 pm
  • Remarks about jhr‘s impact
    in Africa
  • Premium hors d’oevres and wine selection

$60 Ticket

  • Doors Open at 9 pm
  • African drumming, dancing and DJ
  • African art and visual displays
  • Silent auction, raffle and more

One response to “Your Rights, Your Night

  1. Hi everyone,

    Wes Normington from jhr’s head office here. Hope you are all pumped up and ready for HollerDay!

    First off, on behalf of the women of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) – thank you very much for your participation in HollerDay. Widespread sexual violence in the DRC is a tragedy that can be stopped.

    In addition to making as much noise as possible this HollerDay, it is absolutely crucial that everyone participating raises as much money as possible from their networks of friends and family. By asking people to donate, you will be making an immediate impact in the fight to end widespread sexual violence in the DRC.

    The first step is to register. To do that, you can follow this link:

    Every dollar counts. Sign up today and spread the word to your friends and family that you have committed to taking an action that will make a difference and the women of the DRC need their support.

    Thanks again everyone.

    Happy HollerDay!

    Wes Normington
    Grant Writer
    jhr (Journalists for Human Rights)

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