On April 8th, at 7pm, join us at FBCN for the screening of Tony - their latest documentary - which is a story of hope. Hope that one day Ugandans can live without the fear of rebel army attacks. Hope that one day they can live in comfort and peace. Hope that one day they can be free. Join us to learn how you can make a difference in bringing hope to the many Ugandans in need. 

Invisible Children is a wonderful organization dedicated to bringing an end to the longest running war in Africa, through the development and maintenance of programs aimed toward peace and education. For 25 years Uganda has been terrorized by Joseph Kony and his rebel army. More recently, this war has spread into the D.R. Congo. Women and children are being ruthlessly murdered and families torn apart; villages are rendered helpless due to lack of resources. Invisible Children seeks to bring  attention to these atrocities by sharing the stories of Ugandans with the world. Currently, Invisible Children is focusing their efforts on providing villages in Uganda and D.R. Congo with radio towers and other forms of communication to alert surrounding villages of the rebel army’s movements and to call for medical aide.