Culture Aid & Oxford Radcliffe Charitable Funds – Charity Dinner & Dance Event Review
Written by: Gurcharan Khanpur Bhujhangy
The charity dinner and dance took place at Baylis House in Slough, on the 12th June 2015 in aid of Oxford Radcliffe Charitable Funds (Charity Reg Number 1057295) & Culture Aid Charity (Sandy Madar). The event was organised to commemorate the loss of our dear mother Usha Rani Ji who sadly passed away from her battle with cancer on the 30th June 2001. The event was hosted by Gurcharan Khanpur Bhujhangy (Bhujhangy Group), Miss Gagan Sangha and Paramjit Pammi (Asian Star 101.6FM).
There were live performances from Taz Singh (Stereo Nation), Channi Singh OBE – (Alaap Group), Tarlochan Singh Bilga, Gurcharan Khanpur, Rajinder Dhanoa (Golden Star and Bhujhangy Group Uk), Premi Johal & Jassi Premi (Premi Group), Silinder & Boota Pardesi (Pardesi Group), Binnie Marwa, Lali Wanjara, Raju Premi, Raj Sekhon, Nesdi Jones, Hemina Shah, Illest-rator, Nihal Blue Sher (Desi Rapper), Jessica The Violinist, Drumologist, Bollywoodettes, Dippy Magic Massacre Sounds, Daljit Atwal and Munde Punjabi Group.
We would also like to say a big thank you to all our sponsors who were Medway News Perivale, Octavian Security Pictofigo, Silver Mango, Kandian Pro, Motorbike Warehouse, Glam Me Gorgeous, Sienz, Clickshot Memories, Mohammed Naheem, Ash(Video), Manjeet & Simran (Punjab2000), Ganesh Jewels, UK Party Booth and 5K Security
Oxford Radcliffe Charitable Funds: The Oxford Cancer and Hematology Center at the Churchill Hospital is a state of the art facility with the needs of patients and their families at its heart. The center leads the way in research and swiftly bringing the best treatments to its patients.
The Oxford Cancer Care Fund helps to purchase the extras – specialist medical equipment that goes beyond the standard of NHS ground breaking research and facilities that are welcoming and friendly during a patients stay.
Taz Singh (Stereo Nation) Patron of Culture Aid Charity.
“It is an honour and privilege to be associated with ‘CULTURE AID’ who are helping to raise awareness for such a noble cause for children with life threatening conditions. As a patron it gives me enormous pleasure to be affiliated to an organization that helps to make a difference in people’s lives, helping to give them a better future”.
Culture Aid Charity helps to improve the lives of children and young children with life threatening illnesses. In the UK there are 49,000 children living with these illnesses. Culture Aid raises awareness an funds through sponsored events and activities where communities come together to support our campaigns”.
A Charity Raffle & Auction took place on the night, and managed to raise £2500 plus Gift Aid of which we are currently receiving donations on our Just Giving Page.
We would also like to say a big thank you to all our Media Partners – Asian Star Radio 101.6 FM , Harrow Radio & Punjab2000 who were also our official photographers on the night.
Mr & Mrs Sangha