The 2017 Syrian Winter Clothes Drive

Do you want to help? Do you want to give a hand? The chance is in front of you and will not last for long

We are filling a container for the Syrian refugees over the next 4 weeks (until 20th October 2017)

The following NEW items are needed:

Jackets (all sizes)
Warm jumpers (all sizes)
Scarves (all sizes)
Beanies (all sizes)
Mittens/Gloves (all sizes)
Warm baby clothes
Sleeping bags
Blankets
Hygiene packs
Sanitary items
Baby’s nappies


The drop off points are as follows: 

North:

  • 3/36 Elliott Avenue, Broadmeadows (until 7th October only)
  • 9 Denver Court, Meadow Heights
  • 17 Manuka Place, Meadow Heights
  • Circles of light centre, 5 Moira Avenue, Reservoir (Saturday only 9:30am-1:30pm)

West:

  • 15 Themeda Court, Delahey
  • 29 Evadene Drive,Tarneit

East/Southeast

  • 8 Norweena Street, Doncaster
  • 32 Glendale Road, Springvale
  • 33 Mernoo Avenue, Clyde North (please message one of the enquiry numbers before dropping off at this point)


Additional instructions:

  • Please leave the items at the front door/on the veranda (where applicable) in the residential drop off points
  • Please enter the centre and pass your items to the people responsible inside at the specified times DO NOT LEAVE THEM AT THE DOORS OF THE CENTRE
  • Please donate $10 with each bag to cover the cost of shipping into the following account:


Account name: Australian Syrian Association Victoria
BSB: 063253 (commonwealth bank)
Account number: 10683682
Reference: container


For enquires and medial please contact:

Brothers: 0451120166

Sisters: 0422114172

Thank you and Jazakum Allah khier

 

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The 2nd Radiothon for 2016

Our target is to raise $50,000 during the month of January

Not hidden from everyone the bad conditions the Syrian refugees are living in the refugee camps inside and outside Syria nowadays. Several children have died because of the very low temperature and the lack of preparation to face the unexpected snow storms. Many children and elderly people have been hospitalized because of the severe weather.