SARI SALE on June 13th, 2016 : Fiber Artists of San Antonio’s monthly meeting will benefit the Center for Refugee Services.
The FASA program for June 13 will be a sale of gently used Indian saris (saree) which consist of about 5 yards of silk or cotton fabric. These sari’s can be worn as is or deconstructed to create other garments. donated by members of the Indian Association of San Antonio (IASA) which was formed in 1978 and acquired non-profit status in 1980. The primary purpose of IASA is to support cultural, educational, religious and charitable activities, for the benefit of its members and the general public.
Proceeds from this sale will go to the Center for Refugee Services, a nonprofit established 6 years ago to provide a wide variety of services to legally resettled refugees who fled armed conflict or refugee camps from around the world. Services to refugees include ESL classes, tutoring, help with job searches, maternity support and education, sewing classes, diapers, scholarships, help with college applications, donations of furniture and household goods. Refugees arrive in San Antonio with nothing but clothing.
Cash, check, or credit cards will be accepted.
For additional information, please contact Diana Kellerman