COE Invites You to A Fun-Raiser Celebrating 20 Years of Children of the Earth

September 9, 2015

Join the Celebration!

You are invited to celebrate the great work Children of the Earth has done for the past 20 years... Learn our current projects.... Honor our local supporters with heartfelt gratitude and tell Vermonters our hopes to make Burlington our International Headquarters.

We hope you will come and generously support our projects around the world and... help us in bringing COE home to Burlington.

Sunday, September 27th, 2015

Marriott Courtyard Burlington Harbor
25 Cherry Street, Burlington, VT 05401

The Harbor Room - 4PMTo7PM

Cash Bar and Snacks - Video presentation - Concert - Awards

Donation requested of $20 at the door. RSVP or 802-829-7055

Nina MeyerhofNina Meyerhof, Ed.D President and Founder of Children of the Earth that awakens young people to their inner leadership, is a visionary who has co-written “Conscious Education: The Bridge to Freedom”, and “Pioneering Spiritual Activism”. Nina has received awards for her work from The Mother Theresa Award to the Citizens Department of Peace Award to The International Educators Award as well as the State of Vermont passed a Resolution honoring her for her life’s work in PEACE, and a nominee for the Public Peace Prize. Nina’s work advocates to go beyond cultural, ethnic and religious differences and to strive for unity.


PrincessPrincess Ogechi Ukaga was born into a Royal Nigerian family. She a Director of Chidren of the Earth and she is the Director of One Peaceful Africa. She will be taking 50 youth from Vermont to the United Nation's International Day of Peace -2015 and a training Program in Ghana.


ElizabethElizabeth Khosravi is a senior in South Burlington high school. For the last two years, she studied abroad in the foothills of the Himalayas in India. Elizabeth is the COE Vermont leader. She will be going to the United Nations IDP meeting and the World Parliament of Regions Leaders.


PatrickRev Patrick McCollum is a COE Board Member and spiritual teacher, will give Opening Prayers and Blessings with his world famous Peace Violin. His music was recorded and played at the 100 Days of Peace program as a precursor to the International
Day of Peace.

Inspirational Concert

KutiSEUN KUTI meaning “you gave me mud and I made gold from it”. As his name implies, has dedicated his life, finding peace in Africa through his Afro music. He Is our Flag Bearer in Africa for OPA of Children of the Earth.


FreeWindzFreewingz are a group of young men who go from one Africa country to the other singing PEACE songs. These young guys see Africa as the mother of all African and that there is a need for Africans to stop violence.


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