IRAQI CHILDREN suffering from the disruption of war need your help.
The Unicef Young Envoys Club is organising a charity fun fair to raise funds for emergency relief for these children, but they need you to get the game booths and competitions up and running.
Since the war began at the end of March, more than 400,000 Iraqi children have been suffering from acute shortages of water, food and medicine.
Unicef has so far sent $70 million in humanitarian materials to Baghdad, but that is far from enough.
Scheduled for July 26, the fun fair now awaits applications from all secondary school students to make it a success.
Got some ideas for games? Why not set up a booth with a team of four to six people?
You will get a $100 subsidy and are expected to raise a minimum of $400.
Prizes will be awarded to the two booths with the highest return. A mini-basketball competition will take place on the same day.
Champions of the male and female categories will get to play against two celebrity teams, the members of which are yet to be confirmed.
Interested? Get together a team of five and raise $150 to join.
If you are better at singing, think about the singing contest. You may join as solo performer or as a group, but each participant should raise at least $100 before taking to the stage.