Clothes drive, comedy for a cause, hockey in my blood screening and much more to look forward to this week. Here are 5 events you should not miss this week.
1. Clothes For Help – Kolkata
Kolkata Clothes Drive – A citywide program providing clothes and jobs to families living in slum communities and villages. Please do not donate ripped, worn-out or stained clothes, undergarments, socks or shoes. More details.
When: 5th July
Where: Responsible Charity Office, 22 Saktigarh Road, Jadavpur, Kolkata
2. Film Screening – Hockey In My Blood – Bengaluru
Hockey in my Blood is a film about hockey in Coorg, told through the story of the Kodava Hockey Festival, the world’s largest hockey tournament played between the families of Coorg in the coffee hills of South India.
Kodavas, the people of Coorg are a martial-tribal community known for strong ties to land and family. Every year, Kodava players from over 200 families come together to play in their own hockey tournament – The Kodava Hockey Festival. There is no bar on age or gender. The only rule of forming a team is that all members must be from the same family. More details.
When: 9th July
Where: Everest Talkies, No 1, Kenchappa Road, Frazer Town, Bengaluru
3. Kids for Change – Let’s Team Up! – Bengaluru
To imagine that your participation in a fun race can help an orphan child get a family for life, should be enough reason to sign up for this event, but, there are many more reasons why you don’t want to miss being a part of this fantastic endeavor!!
A sports oriented event will raise funds for SOS Village. More details.
When: 4th July
Where: 6th main, Indiranagar, Bengaluru
4. Co’meow’dy For A Cause – Mumbai
Join artists Kunal Kamra, Kamal Singh and Abhishek Upmanyu with your family and friends for a night of laughter and entertainment while contributing towards the welfare of animals for WorldForAll! More details.
When: 5th July
Where: Zeba Center, Mathuradas Mill Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai
5. Summer Volunteer Program – Delhi
Under this project, volunteers can take informal education classes, play games with the children and create fun activities for them to participate. Volunteers work at the various contact points or shelter homes, being run by various organizations, which serve as day care centers for these street children. They can assist in providing love, care, basic literacy, recreation and most importantly spend time and shower affection on them. More details. Contact- Sabharwal,Saurabh, +91-01244724000, email@example.com
When: From 2nd July till 23rd August