Latest news from Syria

13 June 2016 - The situation is now much worse. Many families have no home, no money, no food. 45,000 people have fled in the last three weeks.


Fundraising for Syrian Refugees

In aid of Shelterbox who are sending tents and equipment to the camps and the Cambridge Refugee Resettlement Campaign

Donations & an Auction of Promises

organised by the Rotary Club of Cambridge at St John's College, Cambridge

26th September at 7pm

with Lord Jeffrey Archer as auctioneer and many well known guests

a buffet will be provided

  

The superb promises include holidays in Brittany, SW France, Turkey and Norfolk, works of art, rowing with an Olympian, chauffeured tours by Bentley and Aston Martin limousines etc.


To make further enquiries, a promise, a donation or book a place for the Live and/or Silent Auction please send an email to rcambridgesyria@gmail.com 


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Cambridge News April 21

"Rotarians in sale bid to aid refugees

Rotary Club members in Cambridge are doing their bit to help Syrian refugees - backed by Jeffrey Archer.

Members of Cambridge Rotary are planning a charity auction to raise money for displaced families.

Lord Archer of Grantchester is an accomplished auctioneer, who has given his support to many similar events in the past, and he will run the sale, which is scheduled for September.

The money raised will be used to provide vital aid for refugeees such as medical equipment and water filters.

Graham Sanderson, president of the Rotary Club of Cambridge said "Due to the plight of these refugees, Rotary feels that we should be doing something to help".



                 


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