The Mustard Seed Peace Project is a grassroots non-profit organization whose vision is to support youth in underprivileged countries. The latest project is to raise money to educate children in Zambia, so organizers are inviting the public to a "Concert for Zambia" this Saturday from 6-11pm at Lewis & Clark Community College in the Trimpe Building.
Zion and the Lions Roots Reggae Band is one of the feature performers, according to Mustard Seed board member Sara McGibany.
The Mustard Seed Peace Project has been helping support a school lunch program in the African country for the last several years, and through that work has found fany families are too poor to affoird the $90 per year it takes to educate a student. This concert will help raise funds for that cause.