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ERA-UK Presents 'One E-reader for One Eritrean Student'- Meet & Greet Event
Sun 26 March 2017, 18:30 – 23:00 BST
ERA-UK Presents 'One E-reader for One Eritrean Student' in Collaboration with Con Stile
The Meet and Greet Event
You are invited to join us in the heart of London at Adulis Restaurant for a selection of authentic and traditional Eritrean food, music and opportunities to meet and network with other young people living in London. We will also be hosting games, competitions and other events for everyone to participate and socialise. This event is open to everyone so please bring friends and spread the word! ;)
We are asking for your support this year with a donation to our surprise raffle, this will be in aid of this year's chosen cause 'One E-Reader for One Eritrean Student'. There will also be plenty of other ways for you to donate and get involved for a good cause on the day of the event.
Date - Sunday 26th March 2017
Time - 18:30 til 23:00
Venue - Adulis Restaurant, 44-46 Brixton Rd, London, SW9 6BT
Price - Advance tickets: £20, Tickets on the door: £25
Grab your tickets early to avoid disappointment!!
We have a limited number of spaces available for those who wish to join the British 10k London Run this summer. More information will be available on the day.
'One E-reader for One Eritrean Student'
This year ERA-UK is committed to make a positive difference to the lives of children and young people in Eritrea and enable them to achieve their full potential. Our Aim is to provide students with E-readers which will allow more children across the country to access a more digitalised education and ensure students are able to receive up to date learning materials.
The Eritrean Relief Association (ERA - UK), a company limited by guarantee and registered as a UK charity, has been working in support of the people of Eritrea in their quest for improved, consistent and sustainable quality of life. It was set up in 1976 by a group of Eritrean refugees together with British supporters of the Eritrean struggle for independence. During the war and famine of the 1970's and 1980's it was the only UK based charity working in the war zone, where it played a vital role in facilitating cross-border relief and rehabilitation operations. We are guided by and respond to our partners' initiatives, spread across of a number of locations within Eritrea, and ensure our supporters are regularly informed of our progress. The charity has and will continue to work independently of the Eritrean government.
Only your support will enable us to meet our target for this worthwhile cause! We look forward to seeing you all there!!