Clothing fundraiser for Azer family

Second-hand clothing sale Sunday

  • Nov. 25, 2015 2:00 p.m.

On Sunday, Nov. 29, Inglis Tutoring is hosting a huge second-hand clothing sale ranging from baby to adult sizes. All proceeds will go towards assisting the Azer family in bringing Sharvahn (11), Rojevahn (9), Dersim (7), and Meitan (3) back home to their mother, Alison Azer.

Over this past summer, a Canada-wide warrant was issued for the children’s father, Saren Azer, who failed to bring the children back home after a summer vacation in Europe.

In the fight to find her children, the financial burden has been crippling for Alison and her family. But her search is far from over, and the Comox Valley community continues to help.

Please show your support by stopping by this clothing sale on Sunday, Nov. 29 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at #2-239 Puntledge Rd., Courtenay.

Also, if you have anything that you would like to donate, please contact Jenny Inglis (650-3327) or Katie Collinge (792-4681), or contact us via email at jenny@comoxvalleytutoring.com.

We are looking for clothing (all), belts, purses, scarves, shoes, children’s toys/books, and all in good/excellent condition. All shoppers and donations are hugely appreciated.

 

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