PfP’s 2013 fundraiser

 

…helping children reclaim their childhoods

It’s time for PfP’s annual fundraiser fun!

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.

Our feature entertainment is none other than Philly’s very own comedian, writer, musician Amer Zahr!

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Back from Palestine!

Board member Hanan Urick just returned from a trip to Palestine where we launched a project to build several new playgrounds employing a new model that features architectual designs in coordination with Schoolworks, RIWAQ, and Tomorrow’s Youth Organization.  Come to our event to see and hear more about this exciting new approach and the various locations where these new designs will take place.  The following is a sketch image of the first of these playgrounds, which will be built in Budrus

Before                                                                        After

Get Your Olive Oil On!

Fair Trade, USDA Certified Organic Palestinian Olive Oil online here. Both the Rumi and Nabali olive oils come in elegant 500 mL bottles or beautiful IL tin cans.

 

 

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Thank You! Annual Gala Recap

All of us at PfP would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who attended and supported our annual gala this year.  We are grateful to our fabulous and very funny emcee, Amer Zahr, who kept the evening both lighthearted and substantive. Speakers Adam Abel and Kenny Reed spoke at length about the SkateQilya project that PfP

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Play, while it cannot change the external realities of children’s lives, can be a vehicle for children to explore and enjoy their differences and similarities and to create, even for a brief time, a more just world where everyone is an equal and valued participant.