Come explore what we can do to help Syrian refugees

Skeena Diversity Society hosts community discussion to see what the options are for Terrace B.C. residents who want to help out

With the Syrian refugee crisis taking over the news and people wondering what they can do, one local group is looking to talk to people about how we can help.

Skeena Diversity Society is hosting a Community Discussion on support for Syrian refugees to bring people together and explore options at 6 p.m. Sept. 15 at its office at 4617 Lazelle Ave.

Everyone is welcome.

Skeena Diversity Society provides settlement services to immigrants and helps newcomers connect to their new home community while working towards making Terrace a more welcoming and inclusive community.

It also organizes events that promote understanding of multiculturalism and diversity in the community and encourage celebrations of our uniqueness while building a vibrant inclusive community.

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