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CRY UK Honour Roll

We would like to thank all those who have made a positive difference to the lives of several underprivileged children in their own small way.

 

 

 

  • CRY UK Honour Roll

    Argus is a leading energy and commodity news agency based in London. We truly appreciate their nomination of CRY – as their annual charity and a donation of £1000.

  • Ash Gangotra
    Trishna, A Michelin Indian Restaurant London - for their incredible support to fundraise for our ‘Treat Rights’ Campaign in the past 2 years.


  • Ash Gangotra
    Bombay Brasserie, Courtfield, London – for their incredible support to fundraise for our ‘Treat Rights’ Campaign.


  • Ash Gangotra
    Gymkhana, Michelin Star Indian Restaurant and Bar, London- for their immense support to fundraise for our ‘Treat Rights’ Campaign.



  • Quilon, A Michelin Star Restaurant - for their immense support to fundraise for our ‘Treat Rights’ Campaign.


  • CRY UK partner Kadwa Patidar Samaj (UK) in November 2013 hosted a Diwali Dinner for its community members and raised £5000 for the cause of underprivileged children in India. The proceeds from this evening were donated to CRY UK who will utilise these funds to ensure adequate infrastructure, clean water, healthcare and most of all an education for children from their project Gram Swaraj Sangh in the Kutch region of Gujarat, India.

    Kadwa Patidar Samaj - Charitable Organisation Kadwa Patidar Samaj (UK) is a charitable organisation established in 1974 in the UK. It tries to promote and preserve the Indian cultural identity by organising religious and cultural events such as Diwali Function, Navratri Festival, Cultural Shows, Drama and celebrate various religious festivals. They strongly believe in the cause of education to all children and also run their very own Gujarati school in the UK.


  • Ash Gangotra
    To mark the launch of his brand Ashoka Maurya, UK-based fashion designer Ash Gangotra has teamed up with CRY - Child Rights and You UK. For every item of clothing sold worldwide from this collection, a £3 donation will be made directly to CRY UK, towards ensuring children's right to education, quality healthcare, protection and participation in India. We thank Ash Gangotra for supporting children's rights.

    Click here for more details.



  • Nuptial And Events Pvt Ltd hosted a New Year's Eve Gala Dinner & Dance at Holiday Inn Hotel, Wembley. For every ticket purchased, GBP 25 went towards CRY UK and the cause of underprivileged children in India.
    Nuptial And Events Pvt Ltd is a complete events & business development Company which offers unique range of experience and skills suitable for any promotion - large or small.
  • Rasa, an award-winning chain of restaurants bringing the taste of authentic, home-cooked southern Indian food to the UK partnered with CRY UK by helping spread the word and garnering support for the issue of child rights violation to its diners across its 6 restaurants in London.
  • Thank you to our sponsor Bambino Direct, one of the UK's largest Nursery stores who stock a huge range of car seats, travel systems, prams and from brands such as Quinny, Britax, Bugaboo and Maxi Cosi.
  • Michael Davidson - Michael Davidson had run in six marathons across the globe. In his 7th Marathon, in Antarctica February 26, 2005, he decided to raise funds for CRY. He raised a total of GBP 12000 from his friends and colleagues across the globe.
  • Aashray Lal - an 18 year old embarked on a 2 week trip in the heart of Peru. He trekked up the famous Inca trail to the lost city of Machu Picchu. Surpassed heights of 14,000 feet and with night time temperatures as low as -6 degrees C, it was a arduous four day hike. His trek began in April 2007 and he raised a total of GBP XXX for CRY.
  • E2E Infotech Limited - Vaibhav Shukla of E2E has been sponsoring CRY fundraising events every year. This allows us to cover the event costs and ensure that funds raised from participants are donated to CRY
  • Satyam - Sponsored the Holi event in 2007. Their support ensured that all of the GBP 5500 raised from the event was donated to CRY.
  • State Bank of India - Sponsored the Thames Cruise; Independence Day celebrations in 2007. Their support ensured that all of the GBP 5000 raised from the event was donated to CRY.
  • HDFC - Sponsored the Diwali event in 2007. Their support ensured that all of the GBP 4000 raised from the event was donated to CRY.
  • Cadence - Cadence Technologies has partnered with CRY for the CRY Cadence Corporate Cricket Challenge since 2006. This partnership ensures that the entire tournament cost is covered and the funds raised from participating teams is donated to CRY. In the last two years we raised GBP 24,000 and GBP 34,000
  • Kanan Dhru & Leda Bargiotti - both LSE students helped CRY with venue hire at LSE for various fundraising events. Due to their help CRY could hire the venues for free or at a very subsidised cost. This was a huge cost saving for CRY
  • Ritu & Anshul - are part of the London volunteer group. Through their initiative and dedication have helped organise all the fundraising events in London.
Child Rights and You UK is registered charity no. 1119026 Registered in England as a company limited by guarantee having
company number 05621889. Write to us at: Mr. Teja Picton-Howell, Child Rights and You UK, C/O - Penningtons Manches LLP,
Abacus House, 33 Gutter Lane, London, EC2V 8AR.
Email: cry.uk@crymail.org

 

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