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The Forgotten Millions with Rachel Smalley

0 Comments 28 August 2015

The Forgotten Millions – Gala Fundraising Dinner

RachelSmalleyThe Herald and World Vision’s Forgotten Millions campaign won an award at the TVNZ New Zealand Marketing Awards last night.

NewstalkZB Early Edition host Rachel Smalley, left,  travelled to refugee camps in Lebanon and Iraqi-Kurdistan and over a period of three weeks reported for the Herald on the human side of the Syrian conflict.

The campaign won the not-for-profit category in a ceremony hosted by comedian Te Radar at The Langham hotel in central Auckland last night.

ForgottenMillions2aNow you can join Rachel Smalley for a fabulous night of entertainment, fine food and fundraising to benefit the millions of innocent people affected by the Syrian conflict. Hear Rachel’s tales of travels through the Middle East, and take part in live and silent auctions with exclusive, money-can’t-buy items.

Over 13.5 million people are in desperate need as a result of the Syrian conflict, including 6.5 million children, more than the entire population of New Zealand. It is the biggest humanitarian crisis of our time.

ForgottenMillions2Money raised at the Gala Dinner and Live Auction will support World Vision’s lifesaving work response to the crisis. Since the Syrian conflict began in 2011, World Vision has responded to more than two million people affected by the conflict.

Join us for a wonderful evening and help make a tangible difference.


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