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On Sunday, 15 October 2017 a group of Human Appeal Australia team left Sydney to Canberra the Capital city of Australia for a noble goal to continue our mission in standing with Rohingya refugees

An open fundraising day has been organised by the local Muslim community in Canberra. It was a day of hope for Rohingya that involved great speakers and different activities for families including BBQ, fundraising auctions, food stalls and kids activities.

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Around 250 people attended this family fundraising open day including prominent people in the community. Among the guest who attended Senator Nick Mckim, Australian Greens Party; Imam Akram Buksh, State Manager Queensland, Imam of Slacks Creek Musjid. Both of them gave a speech about human rights situation facing the Rohingya people and the importance of immediate help.

We would like to thank all the families, volunteers and participants who made this day a success and special thanks for Brother Emad Soliman for his great efforts in organising the event, as we were able to fundraise $25,112 that will absolutely help in making a difference for many Rohingya refugees.

If you are interested in getting more info about helping Rohingya refugees please click here.

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