BURBANK, CA (July 11, 2005) – Clareen Menzies, representative of the

international charity organization Islamic Relief,  will be speaking at the Sioux

Falls Public Library this Saturday, July 16, 2005 on the topic of “Charity in the

U.S.: One Organization’s Efforts.”

Hosted by Sisters Need A Place – South Dakota, this public lecture will

highlight the place of charity in American society and the work one aid

organization is doing to help the needy in the United States and abroad.

As the Argus leader has mentioned, Islamic Relief, “A 21-year-old agency

created to ease the suffering of the world’s poorest people also plays a role

in South Dakota.

“During her visit, she [Clareen Menzies] will meet with Anisah David of

Bushnell, who helps women in various stages of life, such as those leaving

abusive relationships who need jobs or want to advance their education. To

help free up David’s time from fund raising, Menzies encouraged Islamic Relief

to contribute $5,000.”

 

What:

Public Lecture

“Charity in the U.S.:

One Organization’s Efforts”

 

When:

Saturday, July 16

3:00-5:00 pm

Where:

Sioux Falls Public Library

201 N. Main

Sioux Falls, SD 57104

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