IFTAR DINNER

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Why not celebrate Iftar with us?

Come and have a fantastic evening at the fundraising Iftar Dinner to celebrate the spirit of Ramadan and listen to one of Australia's most prominent Muslim women, Yassmin Abdel-Magied.

The evening will be an opportunity to raise funds for orphans and widows of Afghanistan through fundraising raffle, silent auction and live auction. We believe in your kindness!

We invite you to purchase tickets for yourself, your family and friends for an incredible night of fun and fundraising. Guests attending the dinner will enjoy a beautiful meal, Nashid and socializing.

If you book early, you could secure a table of 10 for your family and friends. Underground parking is available.

Early Bird Offer:

To take advantage of early bird rate, book your tickets before 3 May 2017.

Ticket costs are

• Up to 3 May 2017 $55 ex GST
• After 3 May 2017 $60 ex GST

For more information, contact Mahboba’s Promise on 02 9887 1665 or email us at office@mahbobaspromise.org.

We thank you for your support and look forward to sharing a wonderful evening with you.

EVENT DETAILS

DATE: 3 June 2017, Saturday

TIME: 4:00 - 9:00 PM

VENUE: Grand Palace, 12/219 Parramatta Rd., Auburn 2144

TICKET PRICE (exc. GST):
$55 Early Bird Price
$60 after 3 May 2017
Tickets will be posted to the billing address.
Prices stated are subject to 10% GST

Yassmin – Small – Photo

ABOUT YASSMIN ABDEL-MAGIED

2015 Queensland Young Australian of the Year, Yassmin Abdel-Magied is a mechanical engineer, social advocate, writer and ‘petrol head’.

Debut author at 24 with the coming-of-age-memoir, Yassmin’s Story, the 2015 Queensland Young Australian of the Year advocates for the empowerment of youth, women and those from racially, culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Yassmin is passionate about making ‘diversity’ the norm.

BE AN EVENT SPONSOR

Invitation for businesses to sponsor the event and take advantage of the marketing opportunities offered. All donations are tax deductible.

"The reward of every good deed in Ramadan is multiplied 70 times over" (Hadith)