Fundraiser for Lifeline Syria

Friday, December 4, 2015 - 23:30 to Saturday, December 5, 2015 - 03:00

You are invited to enjoy poetry, stories, and music about Home and Exile.

For only $l0 a person can help Syrian refugees have a safer and brighter future. 

Now you can buy tickets through this site -- see above. Tickets are expected to sell out.

Tickets will become available 30 minutes before the performance begins (at 6:00pm) Arrive early to avoid disappointment. Please bring exact change.

After learning about the tragic deaths involving a Syrian family trying to find refuge overseas, journalist Vivien Fellegi decided to team up with writer Sara Asyyed and journalist Nate Hendley to organize a fundraiser on behalf of Lifeline Syria (the Toronto-based organization helping to sponsor l,000 Syrian refugees to the GTA). 

Location is Friends House, a Quaker meeting house on 
60 Lowther Ave. (Avenue Road/Bloor)

Appetizers and desserts will be served on a pay what you can basis.

There will also be a silent auction – items include theater tickets, jewellery, spa treatments, and lunch with award-winning author Camilla Gibb. 

Please standby for further information.

Quaker meeting house
60 Lowther Ave.
Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA

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