Recently, an amazing non-profit organization, Impact Aid, provided some of our staffers keffiyehs in order to promote this day, as well as shed some light on this female run organization developed to uplift single women in the Middle East in need of assistance providing monetary, emotional, and professional sustainability to women in need living in the Middle East. Thank you Lisa Jaradat and Sam Sherif for your contribution. And thank you for empowering women. (Be on the look out for a full interview with Lisa and Sam regarding their amazing organization (Impact Aid) helping to empower women within the next week. Please check out their link above to learn more about the work they do, and how you can donate to their cause.) Hit the flip to see how the MG team rocks their Keffiyehs for #KeffiyehDay. Pictured: Sam Sherif

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