In August 2016 we signed an agreement with Bangalore based NGO Samridhdhi Trust offering our support in funding an after school project with 100 children from the local slums and school fees for 30 of them. This brief update straddles 2016
You may have wondered what we’ve been up to, especially as we’ve not embarked on any more crazy fund raising challenges since our spectacularly successful show in November 2014. It is our fourth birthday tomorrow. We’re marking the event with
Please click the image to view the past year in pictures (opens in a new window). In this year’s review, we have deliberately kept the words down to a minimum letting the images speak for themselves. There is some soothing
We were thrilled that Dynamo the magician took the time to send signed photos to every one credited in the RAVE 2014 programme. Even though he couldn’t be there on the night, we really appreciate his kind gesture of support.
RAVE 2014 is over. It was AMAZING! We are so grateful to everyone who made this a success. There is a long list of people to thank and who made this event possible. It was a coming together of talented,
This is our long overdue second newsletter which gives an update on our progress over 2013. We were happy to note some really positive changes and in our little way we have made a few more that will make the
We redecorated the dormitories at the school last time we visited Igatpuri, with fresh new paint embellished with stencilled butterflies for the boys and lotus flowers for the girls. The environment looks much nicer and friendlier now – a huge
Many of these children have never had anything to call their own. It was wonderful to watch the look of joy on their faces as they realised every child would receive their own cuddly toy. Overwhelming thanks to our supporters
On 7th September 2013, a Hula-Dance and Choir Concert fundraising event was held on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral, London. Organiser, Rohini Rathour, said: “I wanted to do a fundraising event that would be challenging but fun, and a
We are very grateful to the children of Maidwell Hall school in Northampton for raising over £25,000 for Raindrop Campaign.