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Aryan Benevolent Home in Chatsworth, 19 feb 2015

Aryan Benevolent Home in Chatsworth, 19 feb 2015

Date- 19/02/2015

Aryan Benevolent Home at Chatsworth, South Africa

ARYAN BENEVOLENT HOME COUNCILCARING – SHARING – SERVING

ABH Diwali Radiothon – pledge your support on 22 October 2014

You too can make a difference

If you believe that humankind has a duty to care for those who are smaller, weaker or less fortunate than ourselves – then please stand beside us as we strive to ease the suffering of orphaned and destitute children, frail aged, those who are mentally or physically disabled, the poor and homeless.

A little something for an orphan or a disabled person makes such a difference to their lives – an affirmation that someone out there cares.

You can make the difference by:

  • Mentoring a child through our Big Brother, Big Sister Partnership
  • Celebrating a child’s birthday – (one of those in our care, or celebrate your own child’s birthday with our children)
  • Sponsoring a meal or even part of a meal – e.g. for just R500 you could serve a meal to 100 children or aged

More information about how to donate you can find here: ARYAN BENEVOLENT HOME COUNCIL.

About Somen Debnath

Dear friends, my name is Somen Debnath. I am a resident of the village of Basanti, Sundarbans, West Bengal, which is a great mangrove forest and the largest tiger reserve in India. My "Around the World Bicycle Tour for HIV/AIDS Awareness Programme & Presentation of Indian Culture" started on 27th of May 2004, two days after I acquired Bachelor degree in Zoology from the University of Calcutta. I have also completed 'Visarad' in Fine Arts from the Sarbabhartiya University. My goal is to cover 191 countries till 2020. I will travel 200.000 km in the whole world and reach nearly 20 million people. 118.000 km I will travel for charity, that's why I'm selling my Km to people. The support I will get from people buying my kilometres will help me fulfill my other dream: to build a Global village in my native place, Basanti, Sundarbans.

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