Taking action to help babies in need

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Norfolk, Va. – This May, Physicians for Peace, a Norfolk based non-profit organization focused on providing healthcare in developing countries, will be sending a team of volunteers to Morocco to provide neonatal and pediatric critical care training and medical education to local healthcare professionals.

On Thursday, April 10, a benefit will be held to help transform the lives of children in Morocco.


Omar Bouhkriss, of Omar’s Carriage House, is welcoming the community to “The Boathouse” in Norfolk for a delicious Moroccan feast, accompanied by lively entertainment, and an open bar.

Omar will have a short cooking demo highlighting the flavors of Morocco to promote the benefit.

In addition, Laura Gwathmey, a representative from Physicians for Peace, will be going on the mission to Morocco.

Organization(s): Physicians for Peace Benefit & Omar’s Carriage House

Event Details and Location:

“A Taste of Morocco”
April 10, 2014
5:30pm – 8pm
The Boathouse
333 Waterside Drive
Norfolk, VA 23510
Ticket Price: $50

**Proceeds Benefit Physicians for Peace**

Tickets Available at Omar’s Carriage House or Call Physicians for Peace at 757-625-7569

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