Henna Tattooing for attendees of ICARE's charity event in Dunedin.
DUNEDIN DOCUMENTARY SCREENING
ICARE's team of volunteers in Dunedin hosted our first Dunedin based Charity event for the year. The night was a huge success raised almost $1000 worth of donations for our Sponsor a Smile Project.The venue was packed full and the audience were moved to tears with the powerful Documentary Screening of "Deadly Legacy" followed by a presentation of ICARE's work in Iraq.Those who attended also enjoyed ICARE's delicious bake sale, traditional arabic coffee with dates and Henna tattooing.A special thanks to the amazing team of organisers and volunteers including Noor Omer Al-Rawi, Areege Hussein, Abdulla Alajmi, Noor Alhooda Ihsan, Ella Home and Sharifa and Mai Tamimi :D
DARE 2 CARE
"The power of "WE" is the understanding that a piece of string will
never be as strong as a piece of rope made up of many strings.
By working together we can create change. If you substitute I for WE,
ICARE becomes WE Care and Illness becomes WEllness".