Published On : Mon, Jan 23rd, 2017

CAFÉ & CARE to organize Musical Nite for a noble cause


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Nagpur: CAFÉ (Child Adoption For Education) was set up on 23 January 2009. There are many economically deprived families who want their children to be educated but are not able to make ends meet. Though our Government provides free education till middle school, the children studying with them cannot afford the meager cost of simple requirement like slate, notebooks, pencils, school bag, shoes and other accessories. The total cost of these requirements is not more than Rs. 500/- per annum.

CARE (Child Adoption for Rehabilitation & Education) , a home for HIV+ orphans was started on 1st April, 2011. Through the CARE project, orphans who are HIV positive and need support in the form of medicines, boarding, educational and other basic amenities for living a quality life, are assisted. Monthly expenses for such children is Rs. 2500/- i.e. Rs. 30000 per year.

There are many people in our society who want to help such children in some way or the other but do not know how. To link these noble people and the needy children proud ventures being CAFÉ and CARE, has till now facilitated 278 schools, viz. 20000+ children with CAFÉ (School) Kit in last 7 years.

To promote noble ventures of CAFE & CARE, this year one musical evening is organized with the tag line “TERE SUR aur MERE GEET” to revive Golden Era of Bollywood, on 25th January, 2017, Wednesday, 6:30 PM at Sai Sabha Gruh, Shankar Nagar, Nagpur. The Star Singers include Rajesh Duragkar, Yogendra Ranadey, Shraddha Joshi, Aakansha Nagarkar & Isha Ranadey and the event is to be compered by Mona Desai. By paying voluntarily, Rs. 500/- for one CAFÉ kit needy child can be helped.

Trust activities are managed by CA Hemant Lodha, founder trustee and a team of committee members including CA Manjeet Parihar, Rajendra Singhi, Sudhir Shahlot, Pradeep Khandelwal, Dr. Abhay Kelkar, CA Rajay Surana, Tauqueer Siddiqui, Girish Sharma, AdityaTiwari, Rajneesh Jain, Sudeep Malik & CA Kirit Kalyani. Sincere appeal is made by Mr. Bharat Sariya, President and Mr. Sanjay Trivedi, Secretary to enjoy the Musical Nite to revive golden era of Bollywood and noble senses to help needy children.