The British Asian Trust, one of The Prince’s Charities, to host star studded Annual Dinner
Today one of The Prince’s Charities, the British Asian Trust, UK’s leading organisation for British Asian philanthropy, is delighted to announce the details of its third annual gala dinner, to be attended by its Founder and President HRH The Prince of Wales and HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, in London on Tuesday 2nd February 2016 at the Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD.
The event, which raises awareness for the charity’s work across South Asia will once again host celebrities from the world of film, TV, music and sports as well as some of the leading names in British and international business and enterprise. The British Asian Trust’s first ever ambassador, British TV star Sanjeev Bhaskar OBE will host the special evening for 450 supporters and ambassadors. The night will also feature a musical performance from British chart-topping sensation Leona Lewis, who has sold more than 20 million records worldwide.
Richard Hawkes, CEO, the British Asian Trust said: “We are looking forward to organising another fantastic gala event for our friends and supporters. This powerful gathering will be an evening of celebration about the tremendous impact we make to the lives of millions of people across South Asia.”
Last year’s star-studded event saw celebrities, including Bollywood actress Rani Mukherji, music moguls Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh as well as Chelsea footballer Cesc Fàbregas attend to support the British Asian Trust. They were joined by the Trust ambassadors, which included music producer Naughty Boy, director Gurinder Chadha OBE and actress Preeya Kalidas.
This year, the event will once again bring together a wealth of celebrities and VIP guests to help raise much needed funds to support the Trust’s work in the areas of child-trafficking, education and enterprise development.
For more information, log on to www.britishasiantrust.org