You’re invited to attend The Borgen Project’s virtual summer event on Saturday, July 31st, 2021 at 7:00 pm EST benefitting the organization’s efforts to end global poverty! 

Musical Guests:

99 Neighbors // Kitty Coen

Guest Speakers:

Congressman Adam Smith // Natalie Gill-Mensah // Clint Borgen


And A Special Message From:

Congresswoman Sara Jacobs

This past year and a half, Borgen Project supporters have worked tirelessly to ensure that U.S. Congress earmarks funding for global COVID-19 relief. We know that we will never truly be able to put an end to the pandemic here at home without fighting COVID-19 on a global scale. We also know that COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on global poverty reduction efforts, pushing up to an additional 150 million people into extreme poverty by the end of the year. This number is the highest it’s been in over 20 years due to the secondary consequences of the pandemic.

At this time, The Borgen Project’s top priority is to raise our voices about global health equity and ensure that U.S. Congress adequately funds the International Affairs Budget. The International Affairs Budget supports critical development and diplomacy programs and specifically helps to fight pandemic and epidemic disease, providing vital assistance to low-income countries.

Purchase Your Tickets To BORGENFEST

A donation of $50 is suggested, but any amount you can give is greatly appreciated to fuel our work to end global poverty. After purchasing tickets, you will receive information on how to access the event.

*To ensure they receive recognition, please enter the name of the person who informed you of the event above.*

We appreciate your donation to the global poverty fight. The Borgen Project is a 501 (c)(3) tax-deductible nonprofit organization (EIN 20-0536470) and your gift is tax-deductive to the full extent allowed by law.

Countdown to BORGENFEST!


Concert Committee

Chairs: Kim Thelwell // Amy Pettigrew

Members: Christine Thomas // Devon Reilly // Sam Lourie // Melissa Barrientos // Alexa Sinclair


Please contact Amy Pettigrew at [email protected]