Emma Alkheder designs George Khouzame Foundation logo

Bookmark this
December 26, 2009 By Bianca Martins
THE George Khouzame Foundation has a new logo for its 2010 Big Give charity event, thanks to Revesby’s Broderick Gillawarna School student Emma Alkheder. The organisation approached the special-needs school and asked the students to create a picture about what the Big Give meant to them. The organisation’s marketing and development manager, Priscilla Khouzame, said Emma, 13, stood out from her peers after creating a picture that symbolised exactly what she wanted. “The way her hands were lifted was like she was giving someone a gift. It was the perfect interpretation of the Big Give,” Ms Khouzame said. The Big Give focuses on making the dreams of five children with a disability come true. Ms Khouzame said the children will be chosen from five special-needs schools across NSW. “We will speak with the teachers and see who they believe is in need of a Big Give. We will place all the students’ names in a box and pick out five,” she said. The chosen children will be presented with their Big Give at the organisation’s charity ball in May. Details: 9709 6588.

Written by

Bianca Martins


Advertisement

Recent Articles

عودة لبنان الى قائمة الفاتيكان للحج الديني

عودة لبنان الى قائمة الفاتيكان للحج الديني

in World News, Local News, Church News

زار وفد من الوكالة الفاتيكانية للسياحة الدينية بيروت لدفع الترتيبات الخاصة بعودة الوكالة إلى لبنان وادراجه في لائحة دول السياحة الدينية بعد انقطاع امتد لسنوات

February 7, 2019 By AL-MOHAJER

Israeli Museum under Fire over 'McJesus' Exhibit

Israeli Museum under Fire over 'McJesus' Exhibit

in World News

A fast-food clown nailed to a cross has united its Finnish creator with Holy Land Christians demanding the artwork's removal from an exhibition at an Israeli museum.

January 15, 2019

Salameh: Money Transfer Firms Must Not Pay in Dollar to Recipients

Salameh: Money Transfer Firms Must Not Pay in Dollar to Recipients

in Local News

Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh on Monday called on all money transfer companies operating in Lebanon, such as Western Union and OMT, to exclusively use Lebanese currency when dispensing foreign cash transfers to recipients.

January 15, 2019

Snow at 500 Meters, Schools Closed as Storm Wreaks Havoc across Lebanon

Snow at 500 Meters, Schools Closed as Storm Wreaks Havoc across Lebanon

in Local News

A powerful storm wreaked further havoc across the country on Tuesday, causing a fatality and major material damage and forcing the closure of all public and private schools and vocational institutes.

January 9, 2019