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Chocolates, Cupcakes, and More!! Annual Chocolate Festival by Lend-A-Hand India.

Lend-A-Hand India

Friday, March 8, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)

Chocolates, Cupcakes, and More!! Annual Chocolate...

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Regular Single Tickets!   more info Ended $30.00 $2.49
Regular Group Tickets (for four)!   more info Ended $25.00 $2.24

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                             ***Tickets Available At The Door***



Calling all Cupcake and Chocolate Lovers!

Continue the spirit of Valentine's Day cheer and join Lend-a-Hand India for a night of sweet sensations...

We will also have jewelry designers who will showcase their unique designs at this event. Additionally, meet the founders Raj Gilda and Prashant Gupta. 

Sample delectable delights from the city's finest confectioneries and up-and-coming chocolate and bake shops or just dive right into the chocolate fountain!

Emcee:

Milanee Kapadia (business reporter at NY1 news; http://www.milanee.com/)

Chocolate and Cupcake Vendors:

AMR Catering (www.amrcatering.com)

Art of Sweetness (www.ArtOfSweetness.com)

Bittersweet NYC (www.bittersweetnyc.com)

Chocal8kiss (www.chocal8kiss.com)

Chockriti-Contemporary World Artisan Chocolates (www.chockriti.com)

Divalicious Chocolate Fountains (www.divaliciouschocolate.com)

Intoxicating Confections (www.intoxicatingconfections.com)

KZCakes (http://kzcakes.blogspot.com)

Sweet Silk confections by Shefalee (www.savorsweetsilk.com)

Taste Buds by Nisha (https://www.facebook.com/Taste-Buds-by-Nisha/523233014382927?fref=ts)

 

Jewelry:

Jewelry by designer Jyoti Kapoor (www.jyotikapoor.com)

 

Round out the evening winning fabulous raffle prizes or finding the perfect gift for your special someone among unique offerings from local designers and artists.

Auction items:

Brushless Art by Anu Vantipalli (www.artbyanu.com)

One hour of acting lesson by Qurrat Kadwani (www.qkadwani.com) 

Two - hour photo shoot by professional photographer Anders Bentell (http://www.andersbentell.com). Anders will also be taking pictures at the event

Free one 4-class cycle of absolute beginner salsa-classes at Soul Salsa-NewYork Chapter; aratighosh@gmail.com 

Two Little Red Hens has donated a $36 gift card redeemable at 1652 Second Ave (between 85th & 86th), NY, NY

Yoga with Ratna - 3 yoga private classes by Ratna Sheth (shethratna@gmail.com; https://www.facebook.com/YogaWithRatna)

Ticket includes unlimited tasting of chocolate, cupcakes, and savory appetizers. Cash bar serving amazing cocktails and featured drinks.

Unique gifts, auction, raffle prizes ...and more...

Net proceeds support the work of Lend-a-Hand India which provides life-changing education, entrepreneurship and empowerment training to over 10,000 young students in rural India. 

Read more about our work and success stories here.

Check out photos from previous year's event!

Join our googlegroup for NYC-metro area volunteers to stay involved and for volunteer social events.

Have questions about Chocolates, Cupcakes, and More!! Annual Chocolate Festival by Lend-A-Hand India. ? Contact Lend-A-Hand India

When & Where


Pranna
79 Madison Avenue (28th Street)
New York, NY

Friday, March 8, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)


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Lend-A-Hand India

 

 

About Lend-A-Hand India (www.lend-a-hand-india.org)  

Lend A Hand India (LAHI) provides vocational training by way of “work-centric school education” to young boys and girls from high schools in rural  India. Currently, working with government aided high schools in the remote villages in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Goa, LAHI runs a three year job and life skills training program in 61 villages reaching more than 10,000 youth. The program has been formally recognized by government of Maharashtra as part of the curriculum.

 

LAHI recruits local trade practitioners (carpenters, plumbers, electricians, agriculturists etc) to teach trade skills at local high schools for one a day week for three years, making the high school education much more practical and relevant. The impact of this model has been outstanding-- over 25% of the students are now getting admission to much sought after higher technical education, positively impacting attendance, and school drop out rates at the same time empowering girl students as well.

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