5.30 – 9.00pm, in the Hex
A Night of Hope for Syria
For most children, going to school is always exciting. But for the millions of displaced children in Syria, going to school is full of fear – every day of the year.
In the four years since it started, the war in Syria has displaced over four million children. These youngsters are continually exposed to horrifying violence – with many witnessing the deaths of their parents, the loss of their homes, and night after night of bombing and fighting.
We want your help to show the children of Syria that they have not been forgotten, that we will not abandon them. We want to give them hope for a future free from fear and full of excitement. With your help, we can send themmessages of hope – and let them know that they haven’t been forgotten.
A supper for 100 guests in the Hex, with a four piece band playing Syrian and Arabic music and a professional Oud player to accompany.
Tickets: £7 per person – buy from Art Exchange or out in the squares, on Wed 18 and Thurs 19 March 2015.
Money raised from this event will go to Syria Relief, a UK based and registered charity that supports Education Programmes for Syrian children inside and outside Syria.
Organised by Art Exchange, Free Syrian Society, Human rights Society and Palestinian Solidarity Society.