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From Vulnerable to Valuable

11th February 2020

Categories: Latest News

Friday 20th March is officially the start of Spring 2020. This year Zaza Bar is celebrating the change of season by joining hands with Malawian organisation, Saved by the Ball.

Zaza Bar’s aim, is to not only bring awareness to the organisation but to raise money for the children that it supports. Combining cocktails, live music and Malawian designed beer pong tables, Zaza Bar is set to host an unforgettable night for the people of Bristol, and a night that symbolises the start of an ongoing partnership between themselves and Saved by the Ball.

Founded in June 2009 as a community based organisation, Saved by the Ball strives to provide educational and public health advice through engaging children and youth in table and lawn tennis. SBB helps those from troubled and economically challenged families, to support them in finding a career and making the best of each individual.

“Through SBB I got a scholarship for a bachelor’s degree at the University of Livingstonia. Because of this I now earn money and am able to help my family and young ones attend higher education.” - Mary Luhanga.

‘It costs 50p to send a child to school in Malawi.’ - Owen Mfune , Founder and Managing Director.

Continuing the theme, Zaza Bar’s bartenders have created their own cocktail that is set to launch on the 20th March – The Malawi Gold Ice Tea. This boozy tropical cocktail will be the new Spring Menu’s feature, with 50p from every purchase going straight to the Saved by The Ball organisation.

Zaza Bar is always free entry into the venue, however there will be donations accepted for Saved by the Ball and a small charge for the use of the beer pong tables. All donations and fees will go to Saved by the Ball to help those who are less fortunate.

“To make the most vulnerable to be the most valuable” - SBB motto.

More information on Saved by the Ball can be found here.

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