GOPIO Sydney North West to host fundraiser in September
Over the past six years, Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO), Sydney North West Chapter has raised significant funds that have been donated to organisations working for the underprivileged in India and Australia. They have supported more than 2000 underprivileged school children in remote areas of Punjab and Haryana, India.
And now, the team’s ‘Annual 6th Caring & Sharing’ event has been planned on 19 September at Bowman Hall, Blacktown, to raise funds for the underprivileged. The entertainment show will attract large number of patrons who support the cause.
The success of their annual charity events is a result of the commitment and support of GOPIO North West’s sponsors, partners and the team members. The team members Professor Balkar Kang (President), Neeru Singh, Aman Singh, Amrit Buttar, Tia Singh, Harmohan Walia, Paramjit Multani, Sumit Joshi(secretary), Raj Singh, Baljit Pelia, Jaswinder Singh Sandhu, Sanjit Hooda and Ravi Singh are motivated individuals who are dedicated to work for in need social projects.
In last few years GOPIO team members Professor Kang, Walia and Joshi delivered basic amenities, warm clothes, water cooler, sports items to underprivileged children of the Government schools in the villages of Wara Poh Windia (Punjab), Shahwala Zira (Punjab), and Chundiala (Haryana). In 2014, the team supported high school student Manoj Mahajan of Gurdaspur – whose father had died in an accident — to procure prosthetic legs.
The team has also done fantastic work within Sydney community. Their social responsibility strategy is aimed at enabling underprivileged children get a better future and also to create awareness in the community. The team has also supported old age-care facility RAINS, Blue Mountain bush fire victims, Nepal earthquake victims, an underprivileged cancer patient in India and a young widow in Australia with financial aids.
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