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A restaurant located in the heart of Birmingham has raised thousands of pounds to help the Rohingya refugees and South Asian flood victims.

A restaurant located in the heart of Birmingham has raised thousands of pounds to help the Rohingya refugees and South Asian flood victims.

Shazan’s located on Ladypool Road, gathered together their resources to organise exciting events, including a charity dinner and a trek to the top of Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales.

A spokesperson for Shazan’s said: “With all the love, support and donations from our family and friends we raised £7,738.75 to support HRF in helping the Rohingya refugees and South Asian Flood Victims. We aimed to provide the victims with food packs, hygiene kits, medical supplies and emergency shelter for the displaced families.”

The Rohingya refugees are a stateless minority from the Rakhine State, Myanmar. An estimated one million people have been denied citizenship and are suffering as they have no access to food or water and have been made homeless.

HRF is working on the ground within refugee camps in Bangladesh distributing emergency aid to those most vulnerable. Through its Emergency Appeal, HRF has provided food, water, shelter and medical care among other necessities to alleviate the suffering.

On the ground

Relief teams provide medical aid to Rohingya refugees suffering

Shazan’z spokesperson added: “We’d like to say a heartfelt thank you to all our family and friends for all the support and generous donations for such a worthy cause.”

If you are a company or business and would like to fundraise for a chosen cause at HRF, please get in touch with our Corporate Fundraising Team by calling 0207 060 4422 or by emailing holli.kellett@hrf.co.uk.

HRF would like to say thank you to Shazan’s, on 398 Ladypool Road, Sparkbrook, B12 8JZ, Birmingham, UK.


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