OC For Darfur meeting is this Tuesday, July 6th

Hi everyone,

Understanding Burma: An Evening With Tim Aye Hardy

See pictures from Understanding Burma: An Evening With Tim Aye Hardy

It was quite surprising to see so many people attend Understanding Burma: An Evening With Tim Hardy last Thursday. At best we were expecting 50-70 people given that it was a mid-week event and right before the holiday weekend. Instead, we had over a 100 people attend and raised $427.05!! Thank you everyone for your generous support. This money will be split evenly between Tim’s organization, Burma Global Action Network and us.

The next OC For Darfur planning meeting is this Tuesday, July 6th at 6:30p.
We will meet at Patty’s office in Newport Beach. Here is the address:

Patty’s office @ 6:30p
2424 SE Bristol Street, Suite 300
Newport Beach, CA 92660

We will discuss:

  • Update on what’s going on in Sudan, Congo and Burma.
  • Wrap up for An Evening With Tim Aye Hardy.
  • Celebrating the 10th birthday of the ICC at Barbara’s house on July 17th.
  • The United States and the International Criminal Court (ICC).

If you’d like to know more about our various activities, please do join us at the meeting.

Anshul Mittal
Orange County for Darfur, a project of Living Ubuntu
ocfordarfur.org | calendar | blog | facebook

PS: All our projects are volunteer driven and organized with minimal overhead cost. However, we always need help in covering postage, printing and other misc. costs. If you’d like to help, please consider making a donation. Thank you :)


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