Engie Hassan, David Cote, Veronica Cabezas, Nadia Baghal, Heba Abedin, Meena Lee-DePasquale, Dania Hasan, Maher Mahmood, Amanda Lalite, Malak Atut, Marlie Massena-Pattillo, Samer Jaber, Shannon Steitz and Tammy Abrahem along with our official Media Partner Hudson Mod Magazine and the NAAP (Network of Arab-American Professionals)
Invite you to join them at the chic New York Edition Hotel for our Fall Mixer and some great networking in support of SAVE SYRIA’S CHILDREN.to benefit International Rescue Committee.
This event is your opportunity to make a difference in the massive humanitarian crisis taking place across Europe and the Middle East.
Special Guest DJ to be announced
General Admission $85.00 (includes 1 hour of open bar)
A unique collection of items from Steiner Sports will be offered in a silent auction
Over 5 million Syrian children have had their lives scarred by this conflict, whether losing a loved one, their home, or their school, or by suffering a severe injury. Inside Syria, 3 million children are displaced, and almost a million children live under siege or near a front line. Beyond its borders, another million-plus Syrian children are now refugees
Proceeds will be used to benefit International Rescue Committee, the top charity making a difference in SAVING SYRIA’S CHILDREN:
About International Rescue Committee
The International Rescue Committee helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future. IRC teams provide health care, infrastructure, learning and economic support to people in 40 countries, with special programs designed for women and children.
Syria region: More than 3,000 IRC aid workers and local volunteers operating inside Syria and in four neighboring countries have reached more than 3.3 million Syrians fleeing violence with emergency relief and long-term support. We’re focusing on health care, protection of vulnerable women and children, education, and economic recovery
Europe: The IRC was one of the first aid organizations to assist the thousands of refugees arriving each day on the Greek island, Lesbos. IRC aid workers continue to work around the clock to provide essential services, including clean water and sanitation, to families living in terrible conditions. And we are helping new arrivals navigate the confusing transit process and understand their legal rights