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Join us for good food and music at the Fifth Annual Omari Youth and Children Education Fund (OYCEFO) Gospel Fundraising Concert.

Featuring the music of Marvia Providence.
Special guests including:

Ches “N.I.F.T.Y.” Christian, keynote speaker and host

Courtney Stone, gospel artist


Doors open at 6:00 P.M.

Dinner at 6:30 P.M.

Show starts at 8:00 P.M.


Dinner and Show: $45.00

Show Only: $30.00

Kids 12 and under: Free

Dress Code: semi-formal


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2018-04-07 09:13 am

This organization was created in 2013 after the passing of our loving son, Omari Chambers. Omari had dreams and aspirations for his life. Unfortunately, he didn’t get the opportunity to see them come true as he suddenly passed in a motor bike accident in 2012. The purpose of OYCEFO is to assist youths who have dreams, just like Omari. We want to help those who are enrolled in university, college or a trade school, by providing them with funding. Attending post secondary education takes a lot of work and dedication and of course comes with a high price. We want to alleviate the stress of some finances, so individuals can pursue their dreams and complete their education. Our goal is to assist 4 youths each year by providing them with financial assistance by means of fundraising and sponsorship. This event is held annually on the first Saturday of April – the birth month of Omari. Our mission is to motivate, inspire and assist the youth who need us most in every way that we can, giving them the opportunity to fulfill their dreams – something that Omari was sadly unable to do. We do this event in loving memory of Omari Chambers: son, father, brother - 1988-2012. May you rest in peace.

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Toronto, ON

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