The Kwahadi Dancers and Kwahadi Museum of the American Indian, in partnership with Roosters Coffee and Tea Co., are working together to raise funds to support individuals fleeing the war in Ukraine in Poland.
The fundraising event will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Kwahadi Museum, located at 9151 I-40 East in Amarillo. Later at 2 p.m., the Kwahadi show will begin, where the Kwahadi dancers will perform for the museum attendees and host activities for families and children to enjoy. Admission, the show and all activities are free for the public to enjoy, but donations are encouraged.
“We’re excited. The kids are excited to dance. We heard about Karolina’s story and her family, and we wanted to help,” said Charles Ritchie, director of the Kwahadi Museum.
All funds raised will be given to the families being helped by the relatives of Karolina Exposito, a native of Poland, who is a co-owner along with her husband of Roosters Coffee and Tea Co., located at 3440 Bell St. #110.