This September sees the not-for-profit supermarket project on the road again in south London to recruit more new members.
The Afrikan Food Hall will be holding an open membership day in Brixton where people can sign up to the new African and Caribbean fresh food store where they will save up to 30 per cent on their shopping when the store opens. Come to our free open membership day for the Afrikan food hall on Sat September 26 Brixton Library in London. Events start at 2 pm ends 7 pm.
Food Basket For The Community
The plan is to sell the most popular food bought by members of the Afrikan Food Hall. Afrikan Food Hall membership is just £1. If you are serious about being part of the change needed in our community then these days have been set up for YOU.
We have free cultural food and rum punch and sorrel, great raffle items, lively seminars and a networking after party. Come and hang out and bring your friends and family enjoy the atmosphere! Network with people interested in our food and the African and Caribbean food business.
“The Afrikan Food Hall Live Day will include free workshops, presentations on how to move to a more healthy life style to help reduce the chance of getting many diseases like cancer. There will be free scrumptious lunch, live entertainment, raffles, and give aways. Come and enjoy yourself,” says Sundjata. For more information please contact Sundjata Keita via email: email@example.com and 07783 188 100.
Full Programme And Information Below
Information and ticket links www.theafrikanfamilyworks
Food and Health Seminars
Become a Member. You do not need a ticket to sign up to the Afrikan Food Hall, just turn up to one of the days and bring your family and friends. You do not need a ticket for the seminars and networking party.
Saturday September 26th 2015
2.00 pm Your Health is Your Wealth
London SW2 1JQ
Networking Party and Raffle - Afrikan Food Hall Live 5.00 pm (come early as the doors shut at 5 pm)
"We actively seek the consensus of the members in terms of shaping the principles, culture, policies and the future of the Afrikan Food Hall. What that means to you as a member is that you have the responsibility and duty to contribute to the shaping of the company." explains Sundjata Keita
With the rise in African music in Afro-beats with the rise in African fashion in priding in our heritage we see a rise in African and Caribbean food and cooking and a look to running our own business based around this. It is now therefore time to grasp this opportunity to empower yourself. In simple terms why should you think about and act with this information in mind. Read on
So our people not only have to be re-educated to the importance of supporting black business, but the black man himself has to be made aware of the importance of going into business. And once you and I go into business, we own and operate at least the businesses in our community. What we will be doing is developing a situation wherein we will actually be able to create employment for the people in the community. And once you can create some employment in the community where you live it will eliminate the necessity of you and me having to act ignorantly and disgracefully, boycotting and picketing some place else trying to beg him for a job.
Anytime you have to rely upon your enemy for a job you’re in bad shape.
It is the long term aim to better the African and Caribbean community.
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