Join us on Sunday 26 March 2017 at AlWaha Restaurant, 75 Westbourne Road, W2 4UL from 1:00 to 4:00pm, for a delicious buffet of home-made Lebanese food from one of London’s top Middle Eastern Restaurants.
The buffet is £20 per person (drinks provided) and half of all proceeds will go to Palmyra Relief, to help get prosthetic limbs for Syrian children in great need.
On Sunday, 13 April, we held the launch event for Palmyra Relief, at AlWaha Restaurant in London. We were pleased to have as special guests Palmyra Relief Patrons Alan Rickman and Rima Horton. Here are a few photos from the event.
During the event, Brazilian-Lebanese performer Nanny Assis performed a new song he wrote for Palmyra Relief, called “Sahdonee” (Help Me).
Maria Decker, Palmyra Relief Board member Franca Fiabane, and Palmyra Patrons Alan Rickman and Rima Horton
Palmyra Relief Founder Mohammed Antabli, and performer Nanny Assis
Crafts and artwork created by Syrian refugees were displayed