Cook a meal for stray animals, blood donation camp, art carnival and much more to look forward to this week. Here are five events you should not miss.
1. Empowering People Award 2015
Siemens Stiftung is on the lookout for technical solutions to improve basic supply in developing. The competition seeks to identify innovative technical solutions to tackle global challenges in basic supply. The award is addressed to any individual, team, organisation or enterprise from any region in the world. The products or solutions have to already be in use. More details.
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2. Cause Is Life – Bengaluru
What do folks at Donor, ModeM Networks and Lion’s Blood Bank have in common?
They’re human. And that’s the only criteria required to donate blood!
Come join them at their first ever Blood Drive. Discover the joy of giving and watch it make an impact! Any queries please Contact: +919886907007,+919916140980. More details.
When: 2nd August
Where: Adams Creation, #40, 1st main, Xavier Layout., Bengaluru
3. Mirror On The Wall Project (MOTWP) – Bengaluru
Rangoli Metro Art Center will host a first-of-its-kind art event – Mirror On The Wall Project (MOTWP). People can participate in the event writing their complaints and grievances about the city on a wall outside Vismaya Gallery, which will act as a mirror to society. Participants can also talk about how they can change the situation.
When: 1st August
Where: Vismaya Gallery, besides MG road metro station
4. Artivity – Delhi
Select Citywalk Invites you to “Artivity” A Carnival celebrating the Traditional and Modern Art of India. Art is a growing field and no more an elitist luxury. With the growth of art shows, painting exhibitions, solo artist sculpture shows in the country there is an increasing number of artists who are moving out of the confinements of art galleries to more social platforms and taking art to a public domain through various DIY activities.
Unsung Champions of India's Most Marginalised Get Much-Deserved Recognition!
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With this event the artist propose to bring back the simple things of joy back with a modern and refreshed outlook. A Carnival which showcases the Rural and the urban art and crafts of India…A carnival that showcases the wonderful country in its true spirit which is modern yet rooted in its traditions. More details.
When: 1st and 2nd August
Where: Select Citywalk, Plot #A3, District Centre, Saket, New Delhi
5. Cook a meal for unconditional strays – Mumbai
Learn the knack of cooking simple yet nutritious meal for strays at Animals Matter To Me rehab facility this Saturday where in they are planning to feed more than 300 animals in & around Malvani area Malad west. Your hands will be helpful on this Saturday while they feed several hungry souls waiting for one hot healthy meal. Food will be cooked packed and fed on streets of malad with the help of volunteers & the rehab team. More details.
When: 1st August
Where: Animals Matter To me, AMTM Rehabilitation center, bungalow #14, Chikuwadi Road, Lane Opp. Jari-Mari temple, Marve, Malad (west), Mumbai.
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