Hope for Children, an international charity that passionately believes every child deserves a happy, healthy and positive childhood, has announced a partnership with The Asian Sorority Club. The aim is to help raise significant funds for the charity’s work across India where it has helped over 18,000 of the most vulnerable children and their families in the last 2 years.
The charity’s work helps children in Africa, Asia and the UK, including orphans and those living on the streets, by improving their access to education and healthcare, whilst empowering families to build a sustainable future for their children.
Work is already underway, with The Asian Sorority Club committing to a number of activities from 10km Runs to Sky Dive Challenges through to networking and charitable events.
The Asian Sorority Club Founder, Minal Amin, expressed her thoughts on the partnership, “We think that the work being done by Hope for Children is absolutely incredible and it is a cause we can’t help but get behind. India is a country close to all our members’ hearts and that is why we are aiming to raise at least £10,000 over the next year”
By working in partnership with organisations at a grassroots level, the charity empowers those communities to increase the ability to give their own children the childhood they deserve.
Murielle Maupoint, Hope for Children’s Chief Executive commented “Our partnership with The Asian Sorority Club is very exciting. India is a priority area for us, with 50,000 children living on the streets of Delhi alone, and the support of The Asian Sorority Club members will enable us to carry out more of this critical work.”