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. . . helping children reclaim their childhood 

March 2012
 SAVE THE DATE!  PfP’s Annual Fundraiser Dinner on March 31st!
Get Your Tickets Now: March 31st for Our 11th Annual Fundraising Dinner 

It’s that time of the year again when all of us gather in one place to share an evening of community, delicious food, LAUGHTER, good entertainment, and, best of all, the affirmation of our commitment to uphold the Right to Play for children in in Palestine and refugee camps elsewhere.

This year, we will be returning to the University of Pennsylvania’s Bodeck Lounge in Houston Hall, and we hope you will join us.

Our keynote speaker will be the Fabulous Suad Amiry, author of bestsellers “Sharon And My Mother-In-Law: Ramallah Diaries” and “Nothing To Lose But Your Life”.

Suad was a speaker at the historic TEDxRamallah event.  She resides in Ramallah, where is is also an architect, Found and Director of The Riwaq Centre for Architectural Conservation.  We are delighted and honored to have her as our guest and we look forward to engaging with you at what should be wonderful evening in support of worthwhile endeavors

WHEN? Saturday March 31st starting at 5:30PM
WHERE? The event will take place at UPenn Houston Hall, Bodeck Lounge
HOW MUCH?

Adult advance ticket: $40

Senior/Student advance ticket: $30

Children 5-11 years old advance ticket: $15

All tickets go up $10 on the day of the event.  To buy your tickets click HERE

For more information, visit www.playgroundsforpalestine.org

 

 

 

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“After the ‘Cast lead’ attack on Gaza, PfP shared a video of the kids finally able to go outside where there still stood a (PfP) playground.  It still brings tears to think about the joy of those kids swarming the playground…  It really brought home the great work PfP does. “