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Red Cross Braderie Saturday

Red Cross Braderie Saturday

By Staff Writer - May 5, 2017

Photo: Facebook Croix-Rouge de Monaco
Photo: Facebook Croix-Rouge de Monaco

The Monaco Red Cross Day Braderie takes place Saturday from 8:30 am to 5 pm at Espace Leo Ferre.

The annual event marks World Red Cross Day (Journée Mondiale de la Croix Rouge) on May 8, which honours the anniversary of the birth of Henry Dunant, the founder of International Committee of the Red Cross, and the recipient of the first Nobel Peace Prize, who was born in 1828.

Funds raised during the event, which is free to enter, will help the Red Cross’ social and medical projects in Armenia and a special photo exhibition by Monaco resident Nick Danziger will be on display, showing images of the work being carried out in Armenia.

Across the day, a grand bazaar will be selling clothes, accessories, gardening material, toys and more, with entertainment for children to raise awareness of humanitarian actions, and a fundraising tombola.

A stand is available with information about the work of the Red Cross, as well as stalls selling snacks and drinks.

For more information, call +377 97 97 68 22.

 

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