Kids to raise funds for quake survivors

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Wednesday, May 06, 2015
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Article in Hindustan Times, Gurgaon – NCR of Delhi
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Pure Hearts, a group of children working for social issues, will lend support to the survivors of the Nepal earthquake.

The group is organising a fund raising event on Sunday at Epicentre, Apparel House, Sector 44. The event has caught the attention of several artistes who will perform there for the good cause.

The receipts from the event will be sent to the Nepal Embassy for the rehabilitation of the Nepal earthquake survivors. The event is being supported by famous bands, Parikrama and Desi Roots. Desi Roots will perform at the event to spread the message of brotherhood and harmony. 

The residents will also get a chance to listen to the 10-year old pop and opera singer Aditi Iyer and the musicians from Lorraine Music Academy.

Members of Top Rock, a group of ten enthusiastic children from Nathupur, are pepped up to win the hearts with acrobats and martial art forms of dance led by Varun Vig.

Also Gurgaon boy Nitish Sahni, a winner of Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards, will donate from his prize money for the cause.

Pure Hearts is a group of children between age group 4 – 16 who have come together to take up social and civic issues and sensitize people and the authorities through their initiatives.