Winter Appeal Abdullah’s Flight
On the success of our two Appeal’s in 2012 a third Winter Appeal has been arranged called Abdullah’s Flight.
The flight, dubbed Abdullah’s Flight, raises the quantity of winter baby hats, sweaters, mittens, boots, and other warm clothing delivered to over ten tons. In addition, the citizens group is delivering an ultrasound machine to a local maternity hospital, which was donated by the Keihan Foundation in the Netherlands. Most of the clothing inthis delivery was collected by the Afghan-American Students Association at George Washington University in America. The Keihan
Foundation, a community service organization for Afghans living in the Netherlands, also collected a large quantity of winter baby clothing. (Extract taken from press release. To read in full click here….)
Please make a donation today, to support this third Appeal.
Further details about the previous appeal’s can be found below.
We are in the process of arranging to take items from the UK. All those who have been enquiring about dates and locations we shall inform you once this Appeal goes live in the UK.
BAWS values are very much centred on community cohesion and encouraging our Afghan community to integrate with the rest of the school and local community, without compromising the cultural identity and aspects attached to being an Afghan youth living and making UK their home.Lammas School & Sports College
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“Watching the Afghan heritage, it reminded me of a different Afghanistan, of a passive Afghanistan, of a society where people breathed and nourished, and where societies mingled with the country around “
“This is such a wonderful project you are embarking on – I am excited and privileged to be involved with it”Volunteer for DAWN project
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