The mission of this event, should you choose to accept it, is to send 100 kids in Zambia to school for a whole year; changing their lives, and the course of history forever!

We believe that every child deserves, and has the potential, to pursue their goals and dreams. And we believe that access to education is not only the key to unlocking this potential but a human right.

Today there are 1.2 million orphans in Zambia. 800,000 have been orphaned due to HIV & AIDS. That about the population of Hamilton, Burlington & Stoney Creek combined!

Your Mission:

To send 100 orphans in Zambia to school. 

The cost of your ticket not only ensures that a child in Zambia receives the school uniform and academic supplies they need to attend school,   the uniform is also sewn by women in the community, allowing them to support their families with dignity. School supplies are purchased at local businesses to help fuel the Zambian economy.


Mission Improvable featuresThe Dandies (Toronto) and Scared Scriptless (Niagara) for an improv adventure; an evening of interactive laughter & fun peppered with group trivia and prizes along with guest performer Jesse Robbins during mingle time. The show will benefit orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia amp; who have been affected by HIV & AIDS– $25 ensures that a child can attend school for a whole year!

Your “Division Seven” Mission Instructions:

One: Purchase your ticket NOW on Eventbrite (early bird tickets now $25, $30 after Jan 31st)

Two: Attend the event at 7pm Saturday February 24th at Mills Hardware (95 King Street East Hamilton)



Scared Scriptless

Based in the Niagara Region, Scared Scriptless is a local short-form improv troupe. Their motley crew showcases performers from various backgrounds including stand-up, musical theatre, stage shows and murder mysteries.

The Dandies

The mantra of Toronto’s The Dandies is “Laugh long and prosper.” Hollideck Follies is a spontaneous Star Trek comedy show where the troupe creates a new Star Trek episode based on audience suggestions. Canada’s only improvised Star Trek parody is fro Trekkies and non-Trekkies alike. Making audiences laugh since 2012, The Dandies  opened for William Shatner at Central Canada Comic Con Winnipeg in 2016, have been featured on Bell’s televeison program Inner Space, and included in the Geek’s Hard show on Fibe. They are a Fan’s Favorite at Expo Canada and included as a must-see event by Geektropolis, Geek Hard, NOW Toronto, Torontoist and Blog TO. They are regular performers at Comdey Bar Toronto.


Ryan Fleming and his gang of fellow geeks bring the latest news in the world of pop culture. RATG Radio show airs every Saturday at 5pm EST on 103.7 or online at, as well as Facebook. Ryan has interviewed Johnathan Lipinicki (Jerry Maguire & Stewart Little child star) Rags Morales, Tracey Birdsall, James David Frank, Christopher Mc Donald, Terry Kiser, and Richard Hatch.

Jesse Wray

Jesse Wray is from a small town just outside of Niagara Falls, Ontario. He has spent the last decade playing guitar and singing for audiences from Niagara to Vancouver. After working at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, Jesse travelled to Calgary, Alberts where he was the host of a weekly open mic. Finalist in the 2015 SLAM on Air competition, Jesse caught the ear of a local radio station who put his origonal song “Travellin’ Life” into their rotation.

Jesse now resides in Niagara with more enthusiasm for music then ever before. With a long list of influences such as Johny Cash, Blind Melon, The Tragically Hip, James Brown, Mumford & Sons, Pink Floyd, Old Crow Medicine Show and so many more, you never know what to expect next when Jesse takes the stage.

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