Playgrounds for Palestine’s Dinner/Concert, One week away!




One more week until PfP’s Gala Dinner and Concert, featuring renowned Lebanese Singer, May Nasr!
To everyone who has already purchased or reserved tickets, Thank you! Your name will be on the guest list when you arrive.
Tickets are still available and we would be very grateful if you could let us know if you plan to attend so we can get a general idea of the head count.
We are so looking forward to seeing you all on May 3rd and to putting more playgrounds in Gaza this year! 
Please find additional information below.
with love,
Gala dinner and concert by renowned Lebanese musician, May Nasr
Because we want to bring joy to children in Gaza
Because we believe that they deserve to play
Because they have suffered what no child should suffer
Because we have so much to give, even in this economy
Because building playgrounds is an act of Love
Sunday, May 3rd 4-9pm
800 Ridge Pike
Lafayette Hill, PA 19444
Main Switchboard: 610-825-8000
How much:
 Adults: $85
Children, Seniors, Students: $50
What else:
dinner, raffles, silent auction, children’s activities, music, community, awards, and more 
Want to be a sponsor?
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
Want to buy an ad for your business?
Program ads – $100 for 1/3 page ad; $200 for 1/2 page; $300 for full page
back page is $500 for full and $250 is for 1/2 a page.  only one 1/2 page remains for the back of the program
for more information, go to  or call 267.391.5386


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