Fundraiser for Nisa Homes May 6th, 2017 Hosted by the Canadian Society of Fiji Muslims

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Presents Mother & Daughter Event 2017. A Woman of Global Change supports Nisa homes.

"I am humbled to support Nisa Homes in this cause of raising funds to support and keep the women and children supported in these homes safe, so they can be provided with the support system they need"

The fundraiser for the Nisa homes is being held on May 6th 2017 at 7pm in the Bollywood Banquet Hall & Convention Centre Ltd, 8166 128 street Surrey B.C.

Nisa Homes is the first and only transitional home for Immigrant, Refugee, and Muslim women who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. We are a safe haven for women experiencing domestic violence, poverty, homelessness or seeking asylum. This home is a centre of empowerment where the vulnerable are given hope, where the broken are rebuilt and the helpless are given their dignity.

The mission of Nisa homes strives to empower women to live independently and self-sufficiently in a safe and healthy environment. Their vision is to build a society where every women and child who has experienced trauma is safe, supported, and empowered and works towards providing them with a sense of self and personal identity that allows them to achieve independence and self-sustainability.

With the understanding of culture shock, low self-esteem, depression and the many struggles and challenges that arise within this vulnerable population of women and children, Nisa homes is holding a Mother’s day, Mother daughter fundraiser in support of providing the funding to support the needs for survival and empowerment and with the greater vision of change.

It is a fun filled evening with prizes, music, delicious food, vendors & motivational speakers as well as a fashion show. Tickets are $25.00.

"I am humbled to support Nisa Homes in this cause of raising funds to support and keep the women and children supported in these homes safe, so they can be provided with the support system they need to rebuild their lives so they can live an empowered life filled with dignity, hope and a vision so they can achieve their dreams and leave a positive impact in the lives of humanity," says Inthirani Arul the founder of SoulPath Inc.

With so much fear, uncertainty, and violence this world is facing and is in need of great organizations that come together like the Canadian Society of Fiji Muslims who work hard to bring community together so they can bring the resources, support and vital means of daily survival to those who are in desperate need. If you are someone in need or if you want to find out more on how you can donate to Nisa homes for this purposeful cause and event visit http://www.nisahomes.com or call 1888-456-8043.

You can find out more about Inthirani Arul by going to http://www.SoulPathinc.com.

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