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December 2004 - January 2005
Cherie Booth hosts reception for DIPIN - Developing Initiatives for People In Need
On 15 September DIPIN was honoured to be invited to hold a reception at 10 Downing Street —hosted by Cherie Booth QC.
Six of DIPIN’s trustees and two staff joined their thirty invited guests at this prestigious event as a thank you for their support to the charity.
An impressive guest list included: Mr Karan Bilimoria CBE DL (CEO Cobra Beer), Mr John Madejski OBE DL (Chairman Reading FC), Mr Eddie Jordan (Formula One), Mr Krishan Ralleigh (Chief Editor India Link International) and Mr Dhananjay Mungale (International Corporate Business Advisor), reflecting the rising awareness of DIPIN Foundation and its dedicated work with disadvantaged and vulnerable children.
dignitaries, international bankers and leading figures from the insurance
and commerce world were also amongst the guests, some had flown in
from Europe and India to attend the reception.
The evening reached its climax when Cherie gave a warm and passionate ten minute speech about DIPIN’s work, achievements and future plans. Cherie thanked all guests for their continued support of DIPIN since start up in February 2002.
a span of three years, Dipin Foundation has made substantial progress
in its aims of bringing joy to thousands of underprivileged children
Says Alison Gryce, Chief Executive,"Every penny received really makes a difference to a child’s life and with your help we can give the poorest, most deprived children real hope for a brighter future."
you Can Help
UK taxpayers can give tax efficiently by making a donation by ‘Gift Aid’, allowing DIPIN to claim back the tax from the inland Revenue at no extra cost to the donor. To minimize administration and provide continuing support, donations by bankers order/direct debit are preferred.
Dipin is also keen to hear from anyone who would like to become a volunteer for the Foundation. Volunteers are an invaluable source of help to charities, without which many organisations would flounder. A huge range of activities can be easily organised and could generate valuable funds for our projects. Whether you are interested in holding a coffee morning with some friends, asking for your local school’s support or to become involved in a larger scale event we would welcome your support.
you have any questions regarding donations, becoming a volunteer
or any other topic,