My good friend Will Poskitt and friends decided to throw a party/fundraiser. We are extremely honored that they selected Sphere College to be the beneficiary.
The description, posted on the Facebook page for the event, is as follows:
In lieu of life being fantastic within a world of need I will be hosting a Black Tie / Black and White/Formal Affair and fundraiser with close friends by renting out the spacious 3rd floor and bar of Molly Maguire’s.
Official date is Friday May 7th from 8pm to 12am.
As to food or possible dinner before hand I will be consulting with friends and researching different alternatives.
This is an open event, the third floor pretty mondo so bring any friends you would like. Dress code* will be in effect and strictly enforced. Please drink responsibly. If you will be drinking please arrange a designated driver ahead of time.
“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.”
— William Butler Yeats
We are excited to announce Phoenixville’s very own Sphere College as the beneficiary for this event. Thank you truly for all of your wonderful suggestions for possible charities to receive donations. We envision that success of Sphere College and its students will in turn benefit the other charities and the populations they serve.
While no donation is required, any and all contributions will greatly be appreciated. Donations can be made by check to “Sheltering Arms/Sphere College” and are tax deductable. Please indicate whether or not you would like to be identified by name on the Sphere College website as a contributor. Our target is $3000, which would pay for fees, renovations and one month’s rent for a suitable space for the College to move into.
Founder Dr. Richard Liston will be making a brief presentation to share the heart and mission of Sphere College. Or he may be moved to play the ukulele, do standup comedy, break dance, rap or whatever comes to mind.
I have been a friend of Dr. Liston’s for nearly two years and can testify to both the dedication and sacrifice he has made in order to make Sphere College a reality. I am personally thrilled to be a part of supporting this school and its growing impact on our community. I would encourage you to review the Sphere College website to learn more.
More info can be found at http://spherecollege.org
Please feel free to contact Richard with any questions here on Facebook.
Ladies: Black, White, and/or Red Cocktail-to-Formal style attire.
Men: Black and White attire; Black White and/or Red Tie/Handkerchief.