Mark your calendars for a night of diversity, culture, and community in support of immigrant families at the third (not quite) annual Cultural Connections 3.0 fundraiser and multicultural celebration.
Hosted by Americans Making Immigrants Safe (AMIS), this highly-anticipated event will take place on Friday, September 22nd at 6 pm at the Negative Space Art Gallery in Cleveland’s vibrant Asia Town neighborhood.
This will be the first in-person Cultural Connections event since 2019, after previously transitioning to a virtual format during the pandemic. AMIS is thrilled to bring supporters together for a night of food, music, and community spirit.
Launched in 2019, Cultural Connections provides an opportunity for guests to engage with and honor the diverse cultures of the immigrant community members that AMIS serves. Through guest speakers and a global appetizer buffet, the event promotes cultural exchange and understanding.
Proceeds from Cultural Connections 3.0 directly support AMIS’ work providing flexible, responsive assistance to Northeast Ohio immigrants and asylum seekers. Resources help cover legal fees, housing, medical care, transportation, and other basic needs.
At the 2021 virtual gathering, AMIS raised over $40,000 in critical funds to continue its mission of empowering newcomers. They aim to build on that success this year with an even bigger in-person event.
Get your tickets today to join AMIS in celebrating cultures, making connections, and uplifting diverse community voices. Let’s come together to support our immigrant neighbors as they build new lives in Northeast Ohio.
We’ll see you on September 22nd in Asia Town!