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HCB Voice

posted Sep 9, 2017, 5:32 PM by HCB Secretary   [ updated Sep 9, 2017, 5:33 PM ]

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Holi 2017 Cannon Hill Park Sat 11th March

posted Feb 23, 2017, 5:12 AM by HCB Secretary   [ updated Feb 23, 2017, 5:46 AM ]

Please do come and enjoy this annual spring festival with your friends and family.
This is a FREE event and we rely on generous donations from Organisations and members of the community to make this festival happen. Please donate what ever you can. Every penny counts.

The expenditure is shown below

Item Expenditure
Lighting £2,642.40
Crowd Barriers £582.12
Insurance £387.38
Tent £275.00
Man and a Van £150.00
Post Event clean up £125.00
Publicity £100.00
Wood £80.00
Volunteer Snacks £60.00
Maraj Donation £25.00
Water £20.00
Various Misc items £100.00
Total £4,546.90

Please donate generously. You don't need a PayPal account, pay securely with your Debit/credit Card. Thank you







International Day of yoga 2015

posted Nov 26, 2016, 6:04 AM by HCB Secretary   [ updated Nov 26, 2016, 6:08 AM ]

As part of the first UN declared international day of Yoga. HCB organised a fun day of Yoga exercise and demonstrations of various Yoga practices in Victoria Square, Birmingham City Center

YouTube Video

 

Hindu Parents Association

posted Nov 26, 2016, 3:41 AM by Elesh Mistry   [ updated Nov 26, 2016, 3:42 AM ]


HPA meeting 5th Dec 2015 @7pm

Arya Samaj
188 Inkerman Street,
B7 4SA Birmingham.

Interfaith and Civic Events

posted Nov 26, 2016, 3:39 AM by Elesh Mistry   [ updated Nov 29, 2016, 2:30 AM by HCB Secretary ]


Holi 2016

posted Nov 26, 2016, 3:39 AM by Elesh Mistry   [ updated Nov 29, 2016, 2:33 AM by HCB Secretary ]

A Big Thank you to all the volunteers who helped out, the organisations that allowed the use of their premises for meetings and lent us equipment and organisers who took lead roles and helped to make Holi happen. Without your support, it is not possible to do events like this. 

THANK YOU


SPA Medlife Charity Event

posted Nov 26, 2016, 3:38 AM by Elesh Mistry   [ updated Nov 26, 2016, 3:46 AM ]

Namaste All

PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR THIS GREAT EVENT AND CAUSE…. TICKETS ARE SELLING FAST

Shree Prajapati Association Birmingham in conjunction with Birmingham Mochi Volleyball Team is to work together to raise £5000 to purchase a Defibrillator for our partners The Medlife Foundation.
In the past we have been successful in raising funds to purchase 2 neo natal incubators and 2 pulse monitors.

On Saturday 2nd April 2016 a Dinner and Dance will be held at The Tower Mount, 90 Reservoir Road, Edgbaston to raise the funds. We will have committee members coming round to sell tickets. Tickets can also be purchased from the hall on a Thursday evening from 7.00pm till 9.00pm.
The children whom are helped are from the poor of poorest people in India. Some of the children are abandoned by their own families, because of the craniofacial deformities.

So let us come together and change the lives of many children to give them a second chance in life. A chance that they will appreciate and be grateful.

Who and what are The Medlife Foundation

The Founder and director of The Medlife Foundation is Dr Shyam Seth. The foundation offers FREE reconstructive surgery for children and adults from rural parts of India who have the craniofacial birth defects/born with cleft lip and palate deformities.
The aim is bring back smiles on the faces of the patients and to achieve this is by providing a Gold service regardless of cost.
The foundation heavily relies on donations. Donations are used on various surgical materials, equipment, after surgery rehabilitation, speech therapy and many more.
Apart from the medical expertise, the foundation gives support and specialist advice to children/adults with special needs, nutritional support and many more..
Some third of the children are shunned and ostracised (excluded) by parents and their communities.

What is a Defibrillator

A defibrillator is an electrical device that provides a shock to the heart when there is a life-threatening and very rapid erratic beating of the heart. What the defibrillator does, it provides shock that basically shocks the heart to stop so that it can start rhythmically contracting again. It’s an incredible life-saving tool that is literally saving thousands of lives a year.

Donations

You can now make your donations by clicking the following link – Here

Donations are welcomed. If members would like to donate, they can do by sending a cheque made payable to “Shree Prajapati Association Birmingham” and be posted to 249 Warwick Road, Greet, Birmingham. B11 2QX

Tickets – SELLING FAST

As mentioned tickets can be purchased from a committee member, or you can come to the hall and purchase them or speak you can ring Meenaben S Mistry or Amratbhai Parmar. Their phones numbers are on the attached leaflets.

SPA The Medlife Flyer 2016 with contact details

HFB Diwali in Parliament 2015

posted Nov 26, 2016, 3:36 AM by Elesh Mistry   [ updated Nov 29, 2016, 2:00 AM by HCB Secretary ]



Hindu Armed Forces Network – Diwali

posted Nov 26, 2016, 3:36 AM by Elesh Mistry   [ updated Nov 29, 2016, 2:29 AM by HCB Secretary ]


Become a Hindu Chaplain

posted Nov 26, 2016, 3:35 AM by Elesh Mistry   [ updated Feb 23, 2017, 5:31 AM by HCB Secretary ]

“I am finding my working life stressful…”

“Balancing home and work has its ups and downs!”.

“When at work, why do I find it hard to live exactly according to my faith?”

Would you like to support people in these situations?

Churches and Industry Group Birmingham (CIGB) is looking for volunteers to act as ‘voluntary faith chaplains’ in some of our workplace chaplaincy teams – eg NEC Group, Birmingham Council, Bournville FE College.

CIGB has existing teams of voluntary chaplains, who usually give about 0.5 day/week, in different workplace locations, across Birmingham and Solihull. The chaplains are currently mainly Christian volunteers, but teams would like to become more religiously diverse, to reflect our communities

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