Announcing A Gala Dinner and Concert for Gaza

On May 3, 2009, PfP will host a wonderful evening with friends and supporters for the benefit of the children of Gaza.

The evening will feature a concert by renowned Lebanese singer/songwriter May Nasr.

The evening will feature a concert by renowned Lebanese singer May Nasr. You can listen to her music online. Her voice is mesmerizing. Trained by Zaki Nassif, a composer for Fairuz, she is one of the few artists who can truly sing Fairuz songs with their full meaning and liveliness. It was the knowledge of this potential that brought Zaki Nassif out of retirement upon hearing May�s voice.

The event will take place at the beautiful ACE Conference Center with is picturesque setting.

The evening will also include….

Gourmet dinner, silent auction, raffle and door prizes, Wii for kids, a presentation by PfP, awards and recognition, and more.

We would really like to sell tickets in advance. If you would like to attend, please email [email protected] or call 267-391-5386

We will send an invitation by snail mail if you are interested.

Adult tickets – $85


children and students – $50


Program ads – $100 for 1/3 page ad; $200 for 1/2 page; $300 for full page

Sponsorship

Merry-Go-Round Level – $5,000 +
Monkey Bars Level – $2,500 – $4,999
Tube Slide Level – $1,000 – $2,499
Swing Level – $500 – $999
Lily Pod Level – $250 – $499

When: Sunday, May 3, 2009 from 4pm to 9:30pm
Where: ACE Conference Center, 800 Ridge Pike, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444

call 267.391.5386 for more information

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