Here’s a sneak-peek into the Shiksha ki Ore fundraiser organised by Arora Ball in aid of UNICEF and Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences to educate tribal children in India.
Director of Arora Group, Sanjay Arora, announces the total funds raised – 7 Million GBP – at the charity event held at hotel InterContinental London – The O2.
British pop singer and philanthropist Cliff Richard gave an enthralling performance at the grand charity ball.
Besides his electric performance, the singer also contributed a car with a personalised number plate for bidding. The car was auctioned off for 52,000 GBP.
Vikram Chandra, Consulting Editor, addressed the guests at the charity event. Speaking about NDTV’s own charitable initiatives, he briefed the event’s attendees on Shikha Ki Ore campaign and the partnership with Kalinga Institute Of Social Sciences.
Surinder Arora, Founder & Chairman of Arora Group along with his wife Sunita Arora, welcomed the guests at his glittering charity event at hotel InterContinental London – The O2.
In their welcome speech, benefactors and founder of the Arora Group, Surinder and Sunita Arora spoke about UNICEF and the ‘Shiksha Ki Ore’ initiative.
British comedian and television presenter, Brian Conley, hosted the glamorous charity event.
The host for the charity event and Londoner Brian Conley ensured the evening didn’t lack laughter.
Internationally acclaimed English author Jeffrey Archer assumed the role of the auctioneer for the charity event which raised over 7 Million GBP funds for UNICEF and the ‘Shiksha Ki Ore’ initiative.
With his charismatic style, auctioneer Jeffrey Archer kept the guests on their seats’ edge. The grand charity event held at hotel InterContinental – The O2 was organised by the Arora Group to raise funds for both UNICEF and NDTV – Kalinga Institute Of Social Sciences ‘Shiksha Ki Ore’ initiatve.