Ever wanted to know what it would be like to see the hit TV show Lip Sync Battle in person? Then come out to One Sparrow’s Annual Lip Sync Battle! Our lip sync battles bring local small business owners, leaders, and social media personalities together for a night of entertainment! Money raised from the event will go towards our projects both here in Loudoun County and in Haiti.
Our annual lip sync battle will be held on Sunday, September 15, 2019 at Tarara Winery in Leesburg, VA from 3:00 – 9:00PM. We are anticipating over 500 people in attendance for this year’s event. We are looking for community sponsors for this event.
Becoming a part of One Sparrow means so much more than just being one in a sea of donors and volunteers. Its becoming part of the make up of the organization, and leveraging our collective knowledge, experience, and resources to effect change in the world.
We develop partnerships with local non-profits and organizations to leverage our collective strengths and resources to better serve our community
We host family friend events to raise funding and awareness for our projects and our initiatives
We work in impoverished communities around the world. Our team visits our partner communities to launch projects and bring resources and equipment
Our volunteers support our projects both locally and internationally. We also have a great team of volunteers which support our organization
High infant mortality rate based in poor access to healthcare
Over 50% of the country lives in poverty, 25% in extreme poverty
14% unemployment, one of the highest in the region
61% literacy rate in comparison to 90% in the region
70% of children finish 1st grade unable to read a single word
30% of children in school will not make it to 3rd grade
60% of children abandon school before 6th grade
Infant mortality is improving due to better access to rural core
Organizations are partnering with the goverment and other NGOs to provide better quality education to communities
The youth of the nation are motivated for change
1 week of instruction to 13 students for the rural farm program
1 week of rural home visits from a Midwife
25 clean delivery kits to assist un rural home births
1 workshop for small business mentoring program
Each project below was chosen because of it's alignment with our future goals, strong impact potential, and passionate local sponsor.
Weekly hands on instruction for students ages 6-18 on the basics of gardening and running a farm.
Rural primary care clinics and prenatal Mobile Home visits
Continued capacity building support for this local family medical clinic and urgent care facility
Free workshops where local clinicians and specialists provide health education to the local community
We partner with individuals within the community to who have an idea for sustainable solution in the areas of health, education, or development. We help develop the solution and then provide funds, resources, and mentorship so the project can be implemented. In exchange, they partner with us to “pay it forward” to the local community.