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A Message from Save the Children, USA to the Iranian-American community

Source: Save The Children


Dear Iranian American Friends:

I am honored to share with you that, Dr. Nastaran Midramadi Zonozi, an Iranian living in Washington, DC Metropolitan area has been a dedicated supporter of Save the Children since August 2005 and currently serves as the Vice President of Program and Outreach for the Washington DC Leadership Council.  The Washington, DC Leadership Council is a volunteer group committed to supporting the work of Save the Children, which creates positive, lasting change for children in need in the United States and around the world.  The Council promotes Save the Children through raising public awareness, influencing public policy, and developing revenue in support of our programs.  We are grateful for Nastaran’s work and support over the last two years.


Save the Children have excellent programs worldwide. For Iran, Save the Children supported thousands of Iranian children in the Bam’s major earthquake of December 26, 2003. Save the Children welcomes the support of wonderful Iranian American population and hopes to serve as a bridge to enhance the status of health and education of all children all over the world.


Dr. Zonozi, with heart warming support of the Iranian American community is organizing the First Annual Bazaar Norouzi, starting around Iranian New Year, Norouz. Her work will start on March 18, 2007 in several cities in the US and abroad and will continue to increase public awareness and revenue to benefit children in need. All the proceeds of these events will benefit Save the Children Programs. We look forward to your continued support of the innocent children of our world!




Sarah Scruggs

Coordinator of Volunteer Councils and Delegations • Leadership Giving • Save the Children




We are the world's children.
We are children of war.
We are street children.
We are the victims and orphans of HIV/AIDS.
We are denied good quality education and health care.
We are victims of political, economic, cultural, religious and environmental discrimination.
We are children whose voices are not being heard, it is time that we are taken into account.

We want a world fit for children because a world fit for us is a world fit for everyone.

Addressed at the opening of the United Nations General Assembly's Special Session on Children.
May 8, 2002



Child in Zahedan, Iran, Summer 2005

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