A long walk for Doctors Without Borders

Contact Moni Khan at mejbien@yahoo.com or donate by searching her name at WalkWithoutBorders.ca

Moni Khan is walking 65 km from Ladysmith to Parksville this weekend to raise money for Doctors Without Borders.

“I am trying to raise funds to provide for medical care as well as an awareness as to the crisis that is happening around the world,” she said by e-mail. She is doing the solitary walk as part of the Sept. 15- Oct. 15 Walk Without Borders Challenge in support of the international charitable organization that provides medical assistance to people in need around the world.

Contact Khan at mejbien@yahoo.com or donate by searching her name at WalkWithoutBorders.ca. She said the need is ongoing and people can donate any time.                                                               — NEWS Staff

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