Hyderabad: “Concern India Foundation”, a non-profit charitable trust is organising “Pause for a Cause”, an exhibition of contemporary textiles, exclusively for women and accessories at the Khamma Sangham Hall, Ameerpet, here on March 24, 25 and 26. A fund-raising event, its proceeds would go towards the 175 gross root programmes that work in the areas of education, health and community development, which the Foundation supports across the country. The renowned social worker and founder of the Blue Cross of Hyderabad, Ms Amala Akkineni, inaugurated the exhibition.
Speaking to the media, Ms Amala Akkineni patted the Foundation for its social-oriented gesture and exhorted all in the twin cities to take part in the exhibition and make it a grand success.
“Pause for Cause” has featured designers from different regions across the country and a select assortment of saris, dress materials, suits and dupattas, trendy accessories and jewellery was on sale.
The Concern India foundation supports over 150 NGOs working with underprivileged children, youth, children, women, the disabled and the aged in the areas of education, health and common development. (NSS)