A benefit show for the victims of the earthquake in Syria
The benefit performance is called “Love letters for Syria”.
A benefit show to help the victims of the earthquake in Syria will take place on March 5 in Montreal. It will bring together various artists of Syrian origin and elsewhere who will offer multidisciplinary performances rich in emotions.
The event will take place at Kawalees, an Arab cultural cabaret for contemporary art, located on Park Avenue. It will be used to raise funds for people who have been affected by the violent earthquake that occurred in southern Turkey and northwestern Syria on February 6.
The needs of the local population are multiple, particularly in terms of housing, food and resources to cope with winter.
An evening that mixes business with pleasure
Tickets for the March 5 event are sold in limited quantities for $25. The organization La maison de la Mauritanie, located in Montreal, will take care of directing the aid directly to people in need.
The show will feature, among others, artists Nazih Borish, Jad Orphée Chami and Christelle Franca Rossi. We also promise a silent auction of works of art, Syrian cuisine, an open microphone and a few surprises.
A major fundraising campaign
This evening will kick off a series of activities and events organized throughout 2023 in a spirit of solidarity with victims earthquake.
The short-term goal is to raise $10,000 to provide emergency support and provide housing, food and heat.
Long-term, the organization would like to raise $50,000 to support reconstruction, with and for the Syrian people.