Coco Coalition celebrates 5 years of social impact
Oakland Nonprofit Invites the Community to Celebrate their 5th Year Anniversary
Coco Coalition will celebrate 5 years of providing programming, resources, and services to Black Women across the United States and in Ghana. The event takes place at Oeste Bar & Kitchen in Oakland on April 30th at 2 p.m. and is open to all members of the community.
Coco Coalition invites the community to celebrate 5 years of programming and impact at Oeste Bar & Kitchen in Oakland on April 30. This fundraiser will feature music, food, fun, and a silent auction to recognize the remarkable accomplishments of Coco Coalition, also known as Coco.
The 5 Year Anniversary Celebration starts at 2 p.m. Tickets to the event are currently on sale for $75 which includes general admission, two drink tickets and appetizers. There will also be a silent auction that Coco supporters can bid on online from anywhere in the United States. Other ways to support CoCo Coalition’s 5th anniversary are making a donation to the organization or becoming an event sponsor.
The mission of Coco Coalition is to improve the quality of life for black women through mental health resources, programs, and services. Prior to the pandemic, African Americans visited the emergency department for mental health-related resources more than any other group and the effects of pandemic has gravely increased the need for mental health resources. Though it is a small nonprofit, Coco has hosted 4 community events, awarded 10 academic scholarships, supplied women in Aburi, Ghana with 350 packs of feminine care products, and provided employment opportunities for the community in the past 5 years. “We are excited to expand our community offering to include more mental health services for black women in Oakland. One of our guiding intentions is to provide resources to this generation that the previous generations of Black women would have benefited from and experienced a different quality of life”.
To buy tickets, learn more, or donate to support Coco, visit http://bit.ly/3HWQOZm.