Connection: Third Annual Egyptian Craft Sale to benefit Schools for Cairo’s Poorest Women

Support two schools in Moqattam, Egypt, for desperately poor girls and women who turn Cairo’s trash into Beautiful Things: Rugs, Quilts, Purses, Stationery and Embroidered Cards. Women’s marginalization and poverty has increased considerably, so come shop to help Suzan ’54 and Nimet ’67 Habachy keep the schools open and dreams for a better life alive.

Items for sale are based on recycling.  There is paper from Cairo’s office trash, embroidered cards and attractive stationery items, and quilts and rugs, potholders and purses made from remnants from the textile mills of Egypt.  Proceeds from the sale of these items, keep the schools open.

WHAT:   Third Annual Egyptian Craft Sale to benefit Schools for Cairo’s Poorest Women

WHEN:  Tuesday through Thursday, May 7 – 9, 12:00 – 8:00 p.m.

WHERE:   Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church – Christian Education Center (church lower level)

7 West 55th Street (between 5th/6th Avenues), New York, NY

51st Street stop on the 6 train, 57th Street stop on F train

HOW MUCH:   Free to Attend – Reasonable to Shop!

R.S.V.P.:   No RSVP Necessary.
For information, contact Virginia Kassel ’54 (virkassel@aol.com)

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