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Slow Jams 4 Kids

Sunday Night Slow Jams Partnered Water 4 Kids International

LOS ANGELES, CA, January 30, 2017— R Dub!, Creator, Host and Producer of internationally syndicated hit weekend radio show Sunday Night Slow Jams, has partnered with non-profit Water 4 Kids International to launch today a global charitable initiative called “Slow Jams 4 Kids”. “Slow Jams 4 Kids” kicks off a drive today to raise $10,500 to provide a village in Africa with a water well and clean water for the families there. R Dub! was inspired to take action after his first trip to Africa in December. To donate to Water 4 Kids International and to “Slow Jams 4 Kids” please visit: www.slowjams4kids.com

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R Dub! said: “Anyone who knows me knows that I absolutely love to travel…I’ve been to 74 countries on this amazing earth and my goal is to see every one. But something happened last month when I visited Africa for the first time. Something profound and life changing. Never in my life had I felt so much unconditional love—from total strangers—than while walking through the villages of Africa. These people were amazing… especially the kids. They didn’t know who I was, what I was doing there, or why I came. They just showed me love. But my new friends in these villages didn’t even have a reliable water source…THE most basic necessity you and I never think twice about…water. And they DIDN’T have it.”

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“Knowing that I, along with my friends and listeners, have the POWER to change this gave me hope. So, I’ve teamed up with Water 4 Kids International, and am asking my friends in the radio industry to join us in making a difference by donating today at www.slowjams4kids.com. Together, we are going to bring a well to a village in Africa and ensure that the kids there have a source of clean drinking water.”

To find out more about the village that R Dub! is bringing a well to, and how you can help, visit www.slowjams4kids.com

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