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Help Darfur Now, Inc.
51 Schweinberg Drive
Roseland, NJ 07068
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Welcome to Help Darfur Now (HDN), a non-profit organization founded by three high school students, whose mission is to raise awareness of and funds for the victims of the genocide in Darfur, Sudan. Since its inception in 2005, HDN has grown to include more than 300 nationwide chapters involving thousands of students.
HDN is thrilled to announce that Arielle Wisotsky, founder of HDN has resumed her leadership role in the organization. In addition former officers Nina Schwartz and Amy Wizda (web designer) will return and resume their roles with HDN. We are delighted that Tanya Simon will continue to remain an officer of HDN. We are also pleased to announce the addition of Nick Basciano as well as Corey and Adam Basciano (student coordinators).
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Do you know of any upcoming fairs, festivals, rallies, conferences or other Darfur related events in your community? We would be happy to supply you with t-shirts, sweatshirts, gel bracelets or pins to sell. Please contact us.
"Darfur Week" was a weeklong project aimed at raising awareness, raising funds (over $4000.00) and signing petitions asking for continued aid for Darfur. The event took place from November 15-19, 2010 at Randolph High School and was organized by Randolph High School Junior Adam Basciano. The event included daily bake sales, sales of HDN merchandise, a garage sale, contributions from participating restaurants during the event and assemblies to the entire Randolph Middle School and the community at large by Dr. Adam, Gawelnabi Abusikin and Mark Feinman from the Darfur Human Rights Organization who spoke about the crisis in Darfur and are featured in photo below.
HDN is pleased to offer for sale for $12 a demo cd of the wonderful sound of AbbassAnoor, a musician from Darfur whose songs bear testimony to his life experiences, bringing together traditional Eastern African music with contemporary influences of funk, hip hop and reggae
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