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Friday, March 23 2012 by  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Hits : 806
Sisters Week is an annual campaign being launched on campuses throughout the world this spring to organize young women to make a real difference in the world around them. This year's campaign we will be focusing on getting relief to our brothers and sisters in Syria. This year, Sister's Week will run from March 23rd -March 30th, 2012 at campuses across the United States and Australia. The purpose of this project is to simultaneously raise awareness and raise funds for those suffering in Syria right now. You can do something as small as setting up an information booth, hosting a bake sale or as big as putting on a banquet. MWB's student staff will work with each person and chapter to design and coordinate events and provide campaign information. The intent is that all of our small acts of kindness will ripple into a major wave of benefit for our brothers and sisters insha'Allah.
Contact: To register for Sisters week, go to www.mwbrelief.org

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