Sun, Sep 25|
We would like to invite you to our annual Shraadh Satsang, as we remember our loved ones who are no longer with us and offer prayers for their eternal peace, on Sarva Pitru Amavasya, 25th September 2022 from 2pm-4pm at Mandhata Hall. Candle lighting will begin at 1.30pm.
Time & Location
Sep 25, 2022, 2:00 PM – Sep 26, 2022, 4:00 PM
Mandhata, 20A Rosemead Ave, Wembley HA9 7EE, UK
About the Event
In previous years, your generous donations have benefited various charities. In 2021 Mahila members decided to support MIND and Make Some Noise (Global Charities Ltd) for two years.
We would appreciate it if you could pre-bag the prasad you wish to offer.
Below is a list of charities we have supported over the years:
- Bal Gopal UK provides education to children in India and Africa who otherwise would have no means of receiving it, be it through disability, poverty or other factors. (2019-2020)
- Age UK providing a network of support for the older population such as information & advice, health & care and wellbeing programmes. (2018)
- School in Nairobi: donated an oven so school children can bake and sell food to support their needs. (2017)
- Advitya: a craft workshop charity in India for the less able youths to help them learn skills to become self-supporting (2017, 2019-2020)
- DEC (disaster emergency committee)brings together leading UK charities in times of crisis and provides help in disaster areas. (2016)
- Hunger Project: helping women learn skills to help support their families and themselves. (2015)
- SightSavers organisation: a charity helping the poor children in third world countries with eye disease to see. (2015)
- WaterAid: helping to provide clean water and sanitation to the third world countries (2014)
- Food Banks in Brent & Harrow (2013)
- Harrow Association for Disabled (2013) helping less able people in the community
- Seva Day lunch for recent Nepalese community (2013)
- MIND (UK) supports anyone experiencing a mental health problem. (2021-2022)
- Make Some Noise (Global Charities Ltd) works with small and local charities across the UK, improving people’s lives, including food banks, mental health and domestic abuse helplines, carer support, community projects and employment programmes. (2021-2022)
Om Namaha Shivaya