• vendredi, 06 octobre 2017 de 7:00 Après-midi à 10:00 Après-midi (HAA)
  • Murphy's Community Centre 200 Richmond Street, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1J2

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Fundraising event in support of Somali refugee family reunification

Popular Island storytellers, Gary Evans, Dennis King and Alan Buchanan, along with musical guests Dino Dunsford and friends, Cynthia MacLeod and Jon Matthews, will perform at a fundraising show in support of the reunification of a Somali refugee family. The event will be hosted by the St. Dunstan’s Basilica Parish Refugee Committee, with all proceeds going towards sponsorship and settlement expenses of the last three members of the family, who are currently living at the Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya.



The evening of storytelling and music is open to ages 19+; it will include a silent auction, 50/50 draw, and raffle tickets on a painting by renowned Island artist, Henry Purdy. Refreshments will be available for purchase.

Doors open at 6pm, with the show starting at 7pm.  Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door, and can be purchased through this event page, or by calling Dan Doran at 902-218-2502. For more information on the event, please email:

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Murphy's Community Centre
200 Richmond Street, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1J2

6 octobre 2017
vendredi, 6 octobre 2017 7:00 Après-midi (HAA)


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St. Dunstan's Basilica Refugee Committee
45 Great George Street
Charlottetown , PE
C1A 4K1

À propos de cet organisme

In 2012, the St. Dunstan’s Basilica Parish refugee committee committed to sponsoring the Nuur family to immigrate to Canada. Over the past five years, committee members have been working tirelessly to raise funds to cover sponsorship expenses for the 13 family members, and provide much-needed post-arrival settlement assistance and friendship. As of August 2017, they have joined the family in celebrating the arrival of ten relatives. They are now waiting for the last sibling to arrive: 27-year old Ruan, and her children: two-year old Hodan and one-year old Mohamed. When they arrive in Canada, it will mark the end of years of homelessness and separation for the Nuur family.