Dear members,  
Kahrizak Foundation of Canada is organizing a charity concert in Toronto on January 16, at Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts to support the Kahrizak Charity Foundation in Iran and we would like to invite you to join us to support this beautiful cause.
Their program, Avaye Mohabbat is an uplifting concert by Maestro Davod Azad and a group of volunteers and artists who are inviting you to be carried deeply into an inner journey towards peace. It is no ordinary concert; it’s a transformative experience that moves the audience to love, compassion, and kindness; a unique blend of powerful music, dance, mesmerizing singing, and spiritual philosophy to touch your heart. You may support them by spreading the word about their event, purchasing tickets, sponsoring the event, or by making a donation.
* All the proceeds of the concert will go to Kahrizak Charity Foundation in Iran; therefore, each ticket purchase is an act of philanthropy to support those in need.
* A tax receipt will be issued for all sponsorships and donations. For sponsorship and donation opportunities please contact:
Proshat Javid (416) 838 3406
For more info please visit:
Sarv Music Academy (416) 229-0189
Online Tickets:
Davod Azad is a renowned Iranian Sufi musician and one of the most respected modern artists of the Persian Sufi music as well as fusion music. He is virtuoso in playing the tar, setar, tanboor, oud, and daf. Maestro Azad is admired for his distinctive singing style, which integrates classical and modern spiritual elements, as well as for his stunning improvisations. He incorporates Sufi music and Sufi poetry into his music and his compositions to Rumi poems are known for their healing and uplifting effects. 
Kahrizak Charity Foundation, which is the greatest charity of its kind in the world, is a private, non-governmental, non-profit, charitable organization where close to 2000 physically handicapped, MS patients, and elderly individuals with no financial resources are cared for and live there, absolutely free of charge. This institution started in 1971, with one patient and one room and has grown to a 1600 bed center, the like of which does not exist anywhere in the world.
Kahrizak Foundation of Canada operates with a minimum overhead cost. All individuals work on voluntary basis, minimizing cost through personal means and over 95% of funds raised are directly sent to Kahrizak Charity Foundation in Iran.