Indian children’s charity holds “Summer Garden Party” in Chelsea

Pratham is fundraising for universal primary education in India last Sunday of June

17 June 2009: Pratham, an international children’s charity, is offering on a platter an evening of fun, frolic and scrumptious Indian delicacies.

It is tastefully organizing a “Summer Garden Party” of Indian culture, entertainment, and native hospitality at the elegant Chelsea Conservatory on Sunday, 28 June 2009.

Indian fusion cuisine is being prepared for the occasion by renowned caterers.

The organization is also holding “London to Brighton” bike ride on 21 June 2009. Purported to be the UK ‘s largest charity bike ride, approximately 27,000 riders are expected to cycle the scenic route between London and Brighton on the south coast.

For the summer evening, you and your friends too can have a taste of India by wrapping yourself up in “Indo-chic” attire. By the way, that’s the dress code for the evening.

The charity, which has successfully educated children in India through its ‘Read India’ campaign, hopes to transform the future of so many more younglings through the fundraising event.

Pratham claims: “In India the momentum has been created by a widespread network of volunteers, who collaborate with the government at the state and district level to ensure a cohesive education system is maintained and is effective. The support of Pratham UK is integral for this momentum to continue”.

The ticket, costing £150, to can be picked up online by logging on to the website. If you prefer to pay for tickets by cheque, you need to complete the ticket booking form and return it to the Pratham office at the address on the form.

Any queries on the event? Want more information on Pratham? You can contact the Pratham Office on 0207 368 3395 or email: [email protected]

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