KinderUSA Annual Fund Raising Event

Gaza: Our Duty, Our Children

Join us for an event that is sure to both educate and engage guests, informing them of the people and communities we are serving during the month of Ramadan. In the exotic ambience of Phoenicia Restaurant in Glendale California, keynote speaker, Dr. Saree Makdisi will discuss the plight of the Palestinian children in Gaza and the events that continue to make it unlivable for any human being along with the stunning level of international indifference. Please take a moment to read here Dr. Makdisi’s recent op-ed in the LA times challenging the media and others to tell the truth about Gaza.   You will not want to miss his much-anticipated presentation.

In the spirit of Ramadan, our program will also feature Salam Al-Marayati, President of the Muslim Public Affairs Council and Jihad Turk, President of the Bayan Institute at Claremont College. Throughout the evening, you will have opportunities to purchase items from Palestine and make donations supporting our work through the month of Ramadan.

At a time when it is imperative to show our support for the children in Palestine, you are encouraged to attend. Buy your tickets now here, or at the door where ticket prices for Adults, Students, and Children are $75, $55, and $25. We all look forward to seeing you there!


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