Please join us as we celebrate our founder, Bess Palmisciano,
who is retiring after 16 years of dedication to the rural and nomadic peoples of Niger.
We'd also love you to meet our new Executive Director, Katherine Kolios.

 We'll send Bess off with live African music performed by Portsmouth's own world musician, Randy Armstrong, and a strong showing of friends and supporters.

June 20th, 2018
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
at the beautiful seaside home of Jo Lamprey (16 Atlantic Ave, North Hampton, NH 03862).

Help us show Bess how much her work is admired across the Seacoast and beyond.
Tickets are $150 per-person; we hope you will join us in honoring Bess and celebrating the future of RAIN.

Take a look at our fantastic auction items (vacation in an Italian villa?) and sponsorship opportunities.

If you have questions please give us a call (603) 371-0676 or email us at  

We hope to see you there! 


Tuareg men from the Aïr region spend 5-7 months each year on camel caravans, traveling to Bilma for dates and salt, and then to Kano to trade them for millet and other foodstuffs, household tools, and luxury items such as spices, perfume, and cloth.
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