Ubuntu Awards: New Jersey's 30 Under 30

The Second Annual Ubuntu Awards: New Jersey’s 30 Under 30, presented by Them Cloud Kids, will honor 30 distinguishable women, men, and groups under the age of thirty whose powerful community work and collaborations with notable organizations and individuals has left a lasting impression around the state of New Jersey. This event will make it possible for leading community figures and influencers to network with like-minded individuals while enjoying entertainment, hors d'oevres, and impactful speeches from passionate youth. 

The public and Them Cloud Kids will nominate organizations or particular people who they believe exude Ubuntu in their daily life and through skills or abilities that have ultimately impacted the community. You may nominate anyone who fits the criteria of any of the descriptions for each category. 

This event is an fundraiser for Them Cloud Kids Inc. and it allows the organization to provide programming for the community throughout the year. This year the organization is working hard to obtain a space within the city of Newark to house their community programs and initiatives.

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Sat, November 18
5:00 pm — 10:00 pm
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The Second Annual Ubuntu Awards: New Jersey’s 30 Under 30, presented by Them Cloud Kids, will honor 30 distinguishable women, men, and groups under the age of thirty whose powerful community work and collaborations with notable organizations and individuals has left a lasting impression around the state of New Jersey. This event will make it possible for leading community figures and ...

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