CH2 Hosts Cocktails and Conversation Event at the Harvard Club By Lavina Melwani – Read more at Lassi with Lavina ‘Compassion’ is a word not often used by CEOs and powerhouses of the corporate world but this was the secret mantra, the secret sauce handed over to young aspiring entrepreneurs and would-be taipans by Chandrika Tandon, […]
At the ‘Hope in Hyderabad’ Gala, Hope indeed became Reality! Thanks to all you who support CHI, it was the caring efforts of so many individuals that made the evening possible.
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The 2015 Children’s Hope India Gala set a new record with its Educate India initiative raising over $ 1 million for children’s education in India. Over 450 guests attended the very successful event on October 11 at Pier Sixty in Manhattan, NYC, where Prakash Melwani and Manjul Bhargava were honored for their contributions to the cause of education for underprivileged children in India.
On June 7th, CH3 hosted a yoga fundraiser to raise money to send 6 homeless children to summer camp this year
CHI’s mission is to help children progress from poverty to prosperity. We believe that ‘Every Child Counts’ and deserves a chance at a brighter future. Our Annual gala is the organization’s major source of funding, enabling us to impact the education, health and vocational training of several thousand children each year. This year, you can […]
The Lunch That Keeps on Giving! By Lavina Melwani – Read more at Lassi with Lavina Over 250 women turned up for a fabulous Spring Luncheon at Swan Club in Long Island organized by Children’s Hope India to support the children living in homeless shelters in New York City. A highlight of the 2015 spring […]
“Our mission is to give impoverished and underprivileged children a chance for a brighter future. We do this by partnering with local organizations like Covenant House that improve children’s access to education, medical care, shelter, nutritious meals, and job skills training. We hope our support will make a pivotal difference in the lives of the 20 students and will help lead them from poverty to prosperity.”