Whole Planet Foundation’s mission is poverty alleviation
through microcredit in communities around the world that supply
Whole Foods Market stores with products.
This year, Kúkátónón Children’s African Dance Troupe
is honored to be a performing member of the
Whole Planet Foundation Performers Supporting the Microcredit Benefit Show
Friday, March 13, 2015; 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Portland Four Square Church
2830 NE Flanders St
Portland, OR 97232
Now you can support
Kúkátónón in several different ways:
Become a Village Circle Member
5 levels of support: Tama ($25), Krin ($100), Bote ($500), Dunun ($1,000), Djembe ($5,000)
Support the children of Kúkátónón and enjoy the benefits of Village Circle Membership
Shopping at Amazon
How does AmazonSmile work?
When first visiting AmazonSmile, customers are prompted to select a charitable organization from almost one million eligible organizations. In order to browse or shop at AmazonSmile, customers must first select a charitable organization.
Follow this link to AmazonSmile.
- Shopping at Fred Meyer using your Rewards Card
1. Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Kúkátónón Children’s African Dance Troupe at the link below.
2. After you register for the program, search for us by “Kukatonon” or by the number “93537” to connect your card.
3. Every time you use your Rewards Card, you earn a donation for Kúkátónón AND STILL earn the same Rewards Points, Fuel Points, and Rebates as before.
Kúkátónón would like to thank these people for their gift of professional skill, time and energy as contributors to the website, our social and published media.
Sandra Banister — photography | Heather Binns — photography
Fellene Gaylord — web design | Naim Hasan— photography
Friderike Heuer — photography
Toby Robboy — news feed writer | Ann Kathryn Roberts —editor
James VanHoose—graphic design
Contact us: Kúkátónón | 240 North Broadway, Suite 215 | Portland, OR 97227 503.539.5952 | email@example.com
An African Village Comes to Life
The deep smoldering sounds of the Djembe drums rumble in the distance, and a chant is called back and forth between the children.
Drums and voices become a river of sound and the room
is transformed into an African village.
Drummers and troupe dance into view. They begin “KÚKÁTÓNÓN!”
Come see our next performance and you'll know why!