Cricket icons delivered a cheque for £10,000 for the work of The British Asian Trust. Rubicon’s Love Cricket campaign benefited the Trust throughout the cricket season.
Thousands flocked to a record-breaking celebration of South Asian culture in aid of The British Asian Trust.
The Manchester Mega Mela brought a host of performers, artists, craft and food stalls…and support for The British Asian Trust.
The crowd were at the heart of the festivities – breaking the world record for the largest ever Bollywood dance.
The dancers were given a master class on the routine by British Asian musician Navin Kundra, dancing to his single Mehbooba.
Behind the spectacular rise of mega-cities like Mumbai are the labourers, the poorest of the poor in Indian urban areas who are forced to live with their families on dangerous construction sites. Trust Charity Mumbai Mobiles Creches provides safety, health care and education for the vulnerable children of migrant construction workers.
HRH The Prince of Wales joined supporters of The British Asian Trust and The Prince’s Trust at a dinner on 18th July in London’s Dorchester Hotel.
Rubicon, official soft drinks partner of the Friends Life t20, has again joined forces with The British Asian Trust by pledging to donate up to £10,000 to help transform the lives of people living in the poorest communities in South Asia and UK.
Cricket superstar Murali is bagging £250 a wicket for the work of The British Asian Trust in partnership with Rubicon, the official soft drinks partner of the Friends Life t20.