I’ve been ill for over a week with what seems to be a persistent and nasty flu. As a result, I’ve had to cancel attending this week’s Campaign Bootcamp. Luckily the kind folks at Campaign Bootcamp have kept a spot for me for their next training session in April. Until then, I’ll be wearing a necklace of garlic to keep the germs and bugs at bay.
The best news that I’ve heard this Monday comes from two sources. On the 15th October, the Warwick Anti-Sexism Society (WASS) at the University of Warwick organized a club night to raise funds for Coventry Rape And Sexual Abuse Centre and Justice4Sanaz. I received a message while waiting to see the GP today from Amy Rafiq, one of the organizers of this fundraiser, that WASS will be donating £167.35 to the Justice4Sanaz campaign! Words cannot describe how grateful I am for this donation. I intend to use it to get a consultation with an immigration solicitor. I also will donate some of the amount to the Save Kelechi campaign. I want to thank WASS so very much for their generous support and in particular to Amy Rafiq and Georgina Baker for their hard work in making this happen!
Also, during the weekend I received another generous donation from Yasmin Mahmoudi– honestly, you are the kindest! Thank you so much for all this financial support. It helps keep the campaign going.
Solidarity and love, Sanaz xx