Harambee Benefit is March 3

OUTLOOK photo John Perkins, who founded Harambee in 1982 and will be a featured speaker at this year’s benefit dinner, is pictured with Harambee incoming Executive Director Albert Tate in 2014. The upcoming fundraiser for Pasadena-based Harambee will be held on Saturday, March 3.
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John Perkins, who founded Harambee in 1982 and will be a featured speaker at this year’s benefit dinner, is pictured with Harambee incoming Executive Director Albert Tate in 2014. The upcoming fundraiser for Pasadena-based Harambee will be held on Saturday, March 3.

Harambee Ministries will present its annual fundraising benefit, “A Dream Fulfilled,” on Saturday, March 3, at Fellowship Monrovia (401 E. Huntington Drive, Monrovia). There will be an opening reception at 5:30 p.m., followed by a dinner and program at 6:30 p.m.
The benefit will feature Harambee founder John Perkins and keynote speaker Bill Robinson, president emeritus of Whitworth University.
This year, Harambee will honor Union Rescue Mission CEO and Pasadena resident, the Rev. Andy Bales, and Seattle Pacific University President Emeritus Phil Eaton.
Tickets are $150, and RSVPs are
required. For more information, visit
HarambeeMinistries.org.

Fellowship Monrovia Leadership to Steer Pasadena’s Harambee Ministries

Outlook photo Fellowship Monrovia’s Rev. Albert Tate (left) will take over as Harambee executive director in August for Harlan Redmond (right), who will attend Princeton Theological Seminary in the fall.
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Fellowship Monrovia’s Rev. Albert Tate (left) will take over as Harambee executive director in August for Harlan Redmond (right), who will attend Princeton Theological Seminary in the fall.

For some time now, Fellowship Monrovia’s Rev. Albert Tate and Harambee Ministries and Preparatory School Executive Director Harlan Redmond have been travelling a trajectory of intertwined fate.
The two long-time friends both hail from the South, relocating to Southern California around the same time (“We could have been on the same plane,” noted Tate). Both men are fathers with new babies on the way, and both have been greatly influenced by the life’s work and ministry of John M. Perkins, a Christian civil rights activist and community developer who founded Harambee in 1982.
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Harambee Benefit is March 3

Harambee Ministries will present its annual fundraising benefit, “A Dream Fulfilled,” on Saturday, March 3, at Fellowship Monrovia (401 E. Huntington Drive, Monrovia). There will be an opening reception at 5:30 p.m., followed by a dinner and program at 6:30 p.m.
The benefit will feature Harambee founder John M. Perkins, and keynote speaker Bill Robinson, president emeritus of Whitworth University.
This year, Harambee will honor Union Rescue Mission CEO and Pasadena resident, the Rev. Andy Bales, and Seattle Pacific University President Emeritus Phil Eaton.
Tickets are $150, and RSVPs are
required. For more information, visit HarambeeMinistries.org.

Maranatha Students Lend Assistance to Harambee Ministries

Photo by Shel Segal / OUTLOOK Maranatha High School students (from left) Joseph Brumfield, Ashley Oki, Alle Wei, Benjamin Smith and Patrick Lee spent their recent spring break volunteering at Harambee Ministries in Northwest Pasadena.
Photo by Shel Segal / OUTLOOK
Maranatha High School students (from left) Joseph Brumfield, Ashley Oki, Alle Wei, Benjamin Smith and Patrick Lee spent their recent spring break volunteering at Harambee Ministries in Northwest Pasadena.

Whereas most teenagers wouldn’t consider giving up any part of their spring break, a group of students from Maranatha High School simply aren’t ordinary kids.
More than a dozen spent part of their free time assisting the children at Harambee Ministries, helping the youngsters with their studies and acting as big brothers and sisters. Continue reading “Maranatha Students Lend Assistance to Harambee Ministries”