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The Yemen Famine Relief: Bakery Project is a fundraising dinner event to help alleviate the famine crisis in Sana'a, Yemen. The bakery project, a project of Human Concern International, aids Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), as well as vulnerable and affected communities in the city. This project will provide appropriately 1,200 beneficiaries with 4,000 loaves of bread for free on a daily basis. In a total national population of approximately 30 million, 24 million+ are in need, and 14 million are in acute need.This fundraising dinner and seminar is planned by Open City Events, a high school youth group in Surrey, B.C., and it is held in collaboration with Human Concern International. Our guest speaker, Shaykh Moutasem Al-Hameedy, is coming from Toronto, and will be shedding light on this ongoing present-day crisis. The event will also consist of speeches from other community leaders, as well as a silent auction. All proceeds collected through this event will be sent directly to the bakery project on ground in Yemen. Everyone is welcome to attend.The event will be held at The Village Barbeque (9526 120 St.) in Surrey, B.C. on Sat. August 3rd, 7pm-10pm. Tickets are $20/person or $70/family of 4. They can be purchased through Eventbrite (ocefundraiser.eventbrite.com)
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