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I AM BIZAA SHIRTS!

Every Child Deserves an Education Give it to them with the shirt on your back! All proceeds go towards sponsorship of a child’s education! Color (includes shipping) Black $24.00 USDRed $24.00 USDGold $24.00 USD Sizes SmallMediumLargeX-LargeXX-Large

Delta SkyBonus & Amazon Smile Donate to BIZAA!

Delta SkyBonus Donates to BIZAA! Everybody Wins! For each mile flown on Delta: BIZAA earns credits for each mile flown on Delta. Individuals also continue to earn their regular SkyMiles frequent flier miles, so there is no negative impact on the individual! BIZAA can redeem earned credits to purchase tickets...
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Upcoming Events

BIZAA FOUNDER’S GALA 2019!

Join us at the 2019 BIZAA Founder’s Gala on Friday, November 22, 2019, at the Golden Valley Country Club in Golden Valley, Minnesota. The Founder’s Gala is named in honor of Okey Anyanwu, BIZAA’s Founder and President. Okey had the foresight and vision to organize BIZAA, a non-profit dedicated to...
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Watch The Documentary The Boy They Called Bizarre Here!

  Donate to help support African children rescued from child labor, child trafficking, and domestic servitude. Thank you for your support! About The Boy They Called Bizarre: As an African teenager, Biza (Okey Anyanwu) cared for child laborers on the streets of Nigeria while heading to school every day. Giving away...
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2018 Bargains and Beyond Rummage Sale Fundraiser

Join us at the  Bargains and Beyond Rummage Sale for BIZAA. More than 220 volunteers contribute over 2,010 hours for the preparation and execution of this huge annual sale.   Bargains and Beyond Fundraiser June 14, 15, 16 St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church Brooklyn Park, MN Drop off donations starting April...
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GET GALA TICKETS: 2017 BIZAA Founder’s Gala!

   Thank you to our sponsors:    Join us at the 2017 BIZAA Founder’s Gala on Friday, November 3, 2017. Doors open with a cash bar at 3:30 pm for the photo exhibit, Stolen Lives: The Lost Futures of Nigeria’s Trafficked Youth by photojournalist Bre McGee. Bre joined us during...
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