Celebrating Childhood – Shouldn’t every child?
“VISWAPREM” – 3rd Annual Fundraising Dinner
Date: Saturday, December 8, 2012
Time: 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Social and Friendship hour: 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Reception style Dinner: 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Patron (VVIP): $800
VIP category: $125 per adult (minimum donation)
Please be generous and donate more.
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NOTE: A major portion of your contribution is tax-deductible. You will receive a 501 (c) 3 receipt from CRY America.
Dress Code: Asian Indian or Business Casual
The year 2012-2013 is very special for CRY America, because CRY America is celebrating its 10th anniversary. In 9 years, thanks to the support of hundreds of committed volunteers, along with 17,000 generous donors across US, CRY America has been able to impact the lives of over 411,359 underprivileged children living across 2,254 rural, urban, and tribal communities, through support to 56 Projects in India and USA.
English translation of “Viswaprem” is universal/collective love. We show our collective love and support for children regardless of their gender, faith, class, caste, color, race, status, physical and mental ability, and any other conditions by way of participating or supporting the event. The name “Viswaprem” is powerful. The cause – ‘supporting children and their future’ is toward making a secure future. And so is “us” (unselfish service/seva) for making a secure future.
About Child Rights and You America, Inc. (CRY): Child Rights and You America, Inc. (www.america.cry.org) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization registered in USA. CRY is driven by its vision of a 'just' world in which all children – regardless of their gender, faith, class, caste, color, race, physical and mental ability, and other conditions – have equal opportunities to develop to their full potential and realize their dreams. US projects that received grant amounts from CRY in 2009-2010 were Voices for America's Children; Children's Rights Inc.; Boys and Girls Clubs of America; Child Welfare League of America; Robert Burns Elementary/Middle School, Detroit. Please visit http://america.cry.org/site/our_projects/projects_we_support/ for more information about the projects that CRY America supports in US and India. Alabama Action Center is the 21st Action Center of Child Rights and You America, Inc. (CRY).