Fundraising Ball in aid of 'Action For Sama' at the Long Room at Michael Hall, Kidbrooke Park, Forest Row

Come & join us for an evening of festivities.

We are hosting a Fundraising Ball to support the wonderful work of the organisation Action For Sama, a campaign to end the targeting of healthcare facilities in Syria & to support the heroic efforts of the humanitarians and medics still saving lives.

This will be a fun & festive fundraising evening comprising of Champagne Reception, followed by a beautiful Syrian inspired three course sit-down meal, LIVE auction & music.

Dress code: Smart. Ticket Price £90.00 pr person.

  • Arrival 6-6.30pm
  • Champagne Reception 6.00-7.30pm
  • 7.30pm - Syrian inspired Three Course Meal cooked by renowned The Syrian Sunflower, accompanied by great wine and music
  • Live Auction with amazing prices
  • Live Music & Dancing
  • All night bar (cash & card)
  • Evening ends at Midnight.
  • Availability for 80 people, can also book a whole table (8 per table).

The Campaign Action for Sama, created by BAFTA award winner & Oscar norminee Waad al-Kateab, the Syrian filmmaker, followed on the incredible reaction to her film, deciding to turn the reaction into positive action for people living in opposition-controlled areas of Syria. Waad al-Kateab wants to spread awareness of the suffering of those living under bombardment and support the heroism of Syrian civil society.

Please join her Action For Sama family to increase awareness of the continued targeting of healthcare facilities in Syria and help her build pressure for this to end.

TAKE ACTION - You can donate directly

Please support the heroic efforts of the humanitarians and medics still saving lives

Support HUMANITY’S HEROS - https://donate.helprefugees.org/campaigns/forsama/

Action for Sama are proud to partner with Help Refugees, who ensure that all donations through Action For Sama - every penny, every cent - go directly to the incredible humanitarians and medics working inside Syria. Help Refugees have reached over one million displaced people and currently support over 120 projects around the world. Find out more about their work at choose.love.


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