Yarra Foundation and Charming video & Photography have organised a photography event (Family or Individual) to help to buy educational equipment for disadvantaged students in Iran. In order to register, you can buy tickets for 20 minutes or 40 minutes sessions from here or call 0490 744 336.
Here are many ways to help Yarra Foundation. Here is a list to inspire you:
1- Become a member
Your membership provides us with a constant and reliable stream of a fund that we can count on. By paying only $6 per month you can become a Yarra’s member.
Dasht-yari district is located in Sistan province, one of the remote areas in the south-east of Iran. Unfortunately, a large number of students drop out of high school every year due to the difficulty that they face having access to school, especially girls.
This is the third year that Yarra
This year for the second time we will have a team in Melbourne Marathon Festival. Everyone can join “YARRA RUNNERS” team and support disadvantaged children’s education in Iran.
Marathon, Half Marathon, 10km Run, 5.7km Run, 3km Walk
Make sure you sign up before Early Bird ends at 11.59pm JULY 3
An action speaks louder than thousands of words!
Another Friday, another good news!
Yarra Foundation Newsletter Issue 14 – Jan to Mar 2018
May 20, 2018
From January to March 2018
You supported 3841 students
You donated $28,334
We have a big movie night in Brisbane to screen Majan, a Farsi movie on 20 May. For more information click here
Soghati By Senik: Concert in Melbourne
Soghati By Senik (Soghati means souvenir in Farsi)Senik ensemble consists of 20 artists (Iranian and non-Iranian) from different cities of Australia.
This event will occur on Saturday, May 12 at Forest Hill secondary college ((KEL WATSON THEATER – Melbourne))
Senik ensemble generously supporting
We are proud to see Yarra name on shirts of Sheikh Choopan Football team. Yarra foundation has done several charity projects in this remote village of Kordestan such as equipping their library, school transportation as well as accommodation costs for some students who had to go to the closest city