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Since the first hours after the earthquake happened in Khoy,Iran, the Iranian Canadian Congress have reached out to several organizations to figure out the best possible ways for Iranian-Canadians to donate and support the victims of the earthquake in Iran. The ICC only works with registered Canadian charities that are helping the earthquake victims through their partnering NGOs and charities in Iran. PARADISE CHARITY GROUPRegistered Canadian Charity. Tax receipts will be issued for all donations above $20. Please contact them with your full name, address and the receipt of your donation to get the tax receipt. Unfortunately, the earthquake that happened in the Khoy region has caused many problems for the people in this area in winter; problems such as a lack of shelter, lack of heating equipment, food and etc. At this stage, the goal is to buy food, heating equipment, blanket, and food baskets. Paradise charity is ready to collect your donations and deliver them to the earthquake victims; For more information, you can contact the following numbers:Ms. Tahsinzadeh: 9057370487 Ms. Afsharian: 4168973940How to pay:Please write in the description for EarthquakeIntract (Etransfer): [email protected] by credit card: https://paradisecharity.org/donateAccount numbers:Be sure to email us a photo of the deposit receipt along with an explanation of the earthquakeScotiabankTransit# 45922Account# 0072311RBC BankTransit# 00888Account# 1017086read moreOn the third anniversary of the downing of Flight PS752 by the IRGC missiles, we commemorate the victims of this tragedy as well as those who were killed in the recent protests in Iran. With the recent development in the case of Flight PS752, we hope that truth will prevail, and justice will be served for the flight victims and their families. The Iranian Canadian Congress reiterates its solidarity with the Iranian people and condemns the execution of prisoners without a thorough investigation and denying them from the right to have the lawyer of their choice. We emphasize once again that human life is sacred and should be respected. While Flight PS752 victims and those who lost their lives back in Iran are not among us, we will always remember them and cherish their memory. Photo credit: Saman Tabasinejadread more
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