Cambridge Afghan Society is excited to bring you this speaker event for Afghan Charity Week 2021.
Peymana Assad is the first Afghan person to be elected to public office in the UK and represents the Labour Party. Join us on Saturday 20th Feb to hear about her journey, experiences and struggles as an Afghan woman in politics.
Register now and book your tickets to join us on Saturday 20th Feb, 5pm. You will be emailed a Zoom link on the day of the event. Purchase your ticket at:
This event is open to all.
All proceeds will be donated to Enabled Children Initiative. This charity week, 14 Afghan student societies across the UK have come together to work with Enabled Children Initiative. Money raised during ACW will fund Window of Hope, a sustainable care home for abandoned and orphaned children with disabilities. Donations will help provide in-home schooling, healthcare, recreational activities and more. ECI has a 100% donation policy meaning all proceeds fundraised during ACW will go to fund the needs of the children under ECI’s care. #studentsforafghanistan
Afghans Of Toronto is hosting their first ever iftari dinner on May 24th 2019 at Taj Banquet Hall. This event is open to everyone of all ages. The Iftar dinner is FREE, all we ask for is donations to donate to the less fortunate in Afghanistan. The money that you donate that night will be sent to Afghanistan where our team members there will purchase EID GIFTS for widowed woman with small children. Remember every dollar counts. At our event we will be having multiple guest speakers which will be followed by our dinner and namaz! Please RSVP as soon as possible as seating is limited!
**click the link below to reserve your seats, you will not be permitted entrance if you have not rsvp’d beforehand**
For more info, click here.
“Charity Dinner brought to you by the Afghan Student Union at UTSC in collaboration with Mama Foundation in hopes of raising money for those suffering in the torn villages of Afghanistan.”
Thorncliffe Banquet Hall
45 Overlea blvd
For more info, please contact DJ Awad Popal at 206-280-8080 or Kamelia Sarwary at 206-372-5533