Curry Project and Bradford Food Bank Overwhelmed by Generosity

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Harkishan Mistry, a local co-ordinator from Bradford said “The turnout on Sewa Day was really good, around 100 volunteers took part in some wonderful projects that demonstrated just how people can join together to put a smile on the faces of each other, even when faced with such bad weather. The response from the community to food and cloth collection was fantastic, this year we collected around a 1.3 ton of Food (Half ton last year) and over 48 bags of clothing.
Sam Singh On behalf of Bradford Curry Project “The Bradford Curry Project would like to thank the amazing generous donations raised by the Bradford Sewa Day events across the region. In these testing times for the Curry Project, this donation will go a long way to helping the Project reach out to more of the needy in Bradford! Thank you.”
Francis Atkins, on behalf of Bradford Metropolitan Food Bank “We at Bradford Metropolitan Foodbank are very grateful to you for the donations you brought yesterday. It is difficult to always have enough food to help around 1,000 people in need every month. The need is greater than ever before. Thank you for including us in your Sewa Day. We could not manage without help from people like yourselves. Many thanks to the Hindu people of Bradford”

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10341 07783551899 Young Lohana Society North London voluntary group 2019-10-01 2019-12-31 09:00 23:59 previous participant We are a seasoned Sewa Day Champion! If the sewa day team would like to join us on the 20th October at the care home or any other sewa day event we would love to have you. 12