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Two Payday Clients Throw Bash for a Great Cause

When two cherished Payday Payroll clients unite for a great cause, the Payday team is first in line to lend support.

On April 10 at The Boathouse in Norfok, Omar Bouhkriss, owner of Omar’s Carriage House, hosted an evening of food, prizes and fundraising on behalf of Physicians for Peace.

That night, Omar really outdid himself. He prepared a feast for all in attendance and even brought in a belly dancer to keep us entertained. Omar has been a volunteer and fundraiser for Physicians for Peace for several years and does an admirable job promoting its efforts.

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Omar Bouhkriss, owner of Omar’s Carriage House, on the mic as the host of the evening.

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The evening’s entertainment: an actual belly dancer!

 

Payday Payday is no stranger to Physicians for Peace, either. In recent years, we partnered with the organization to help young adults become dental care professionals in Nicaragua.

Whether Physicians for Peace volunteers administer burn care treatment in Central America or provide hands-on workshops in neonatology in India, the organization continues to spread its goodwill across the globe.

How wonderful all the hard work starts here in Hampton Roads, where Physicians for Peace maintains its headquarters.

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Payday Payroll President Danny Kline with Ron Sconyers, CEO of Physicians for Peace, Norfolk Mayor Paul Fraim and Omar Boukhriss.

About Physicians for Peace:

Physicians for Peace transforms lives by training, supporting and empowering healthcare professionals working with the world’s underserved populations. They believe the attainment of health is a basic need that transcends race, religion, politics and geography. To find out how to connect with this wonderful organization, please visit them online.