Rummage sale for Darfur

Hi everyone,

Below is a message from Maia Boitano, a junior at Woodbridge High School in Irvine.  She’s organizing a rummage sale for Darfur.  Last year Maia raised over $3000!!!

Because of her zealous, devoted efforts, she was recognized by United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.  I hope we all can support her again this year.

Anshul Mittal
Orange County for Darfur

UPDATE: The rummage sale is now scheduled for Saturday, April 4th from 7am till 12pm.

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Maia Boitano

Maia Boitano, front center, and the Woodbridge High School STAND chapter.

My name is Maia Boitano and I am a junior at Woodbridge High School. My Darfur Chapter along with a history teacher at our High School are hosting a Rummage Sale.  The rummage sale will take place on Saturday, March 14th April 4th from 7-12. During my freshman year we did the same rummage sale and we raised nearly $2,300. Last year we raised this sum and made 3,000 dollars.

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Top 10 Humanitarian Crises

Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF – also known as Doctors Without Borders) has published its annual list of the top ten humanitarian crises.

The 2008 list is as follows:

1. Somalia
2. Myanmar
3. Zimbabwe
4. Democratic Republic of Congo
5. Child malnutrition
6. Ethiopia
7. Pakistan
8. Sudan
9. Iraq
10. HIV/TB co-infection

MSF claimed that providing aid proved to be especially difficult this year as a result of increased security risks and inadequate government attention to worsening situations.