Sreepur Village celebrates 35 years with anniversary lunch set to take place in London

SREEPUR Village, a charity focused to reworking the life of marginalised one moms and their young children in Bangladesh, is web hosting an anniversary lunch on Could 18 at the RAF Club in London’s Mayfair, in celebration of its 35th Anniversary.

Started by Pat Kerr, MBE, Sreepur Village has been furnishing shelter, education, health care and vocational instruction to a lot more than 5,000 people in want due to the fact its inception in 1989.

To commemorate this amazing milestone, Sreepur Village is delighted to welcome all the way from Bangladesh Pat Kerr and Maya Halder, two outstanding females whose exceptional journeys with Sreepur Village are equal in embodying the spirit of hope and empowerment.

Maya, who grew up in the nurturing and protected natural environment of Sreepur Village, has confidently blossomed into a gifted artisan and is an inspiration to some others. Her journey from a younger impoverished kid in will need to a thriving and self-confident chief is a testament to Sreepur’s unwavering dedication to breaking the cycle of poverty and giving multiple options for alter, advancement and independence. Functioning as a designer and producer in Sreepur Village Trade (SVT) Maya has develop into a purpose product for the nearby Outreach Challenge and local community of producers.

This anniversary is an option for Sreepur Village to showcase Built by Maya, personalised friendship bracelets, available to invest in on the day, all proceeds straight benefiting Sreepur Village’s ongoing and significantly higher managing costs.

Janette Porter, Chair of Trustees for Sreepur Village reported:

&#8220We are thrilled to celebrate 35 decades of empowering life at Sreepur Village. Maya&#8217s tale is a shining illustration of the positive modify that can manifest when communities occur together to support every single other.”

The anniversary celebration will also be an opportunity to obtain Sreepur’s vary of presents and extras that showcase the intricate artistry and skill that Maya and other solitary moms have honed more than the decades, all of which spotlight the charity’s constructive technique to training and skill improvement in a safe and sound, safe and inclusive natural environment.

To acquire your tickets which are priced at £35.00 for grownups or £20.00 for small children (which includes lunch and a consume upon arrival) you should take a look at: or call Emma on 020 8658 7585.