If being disadvantaged is the only way to empathize with the disadvantaged, then
it's always difficult to find volunteers. That's probably why the Lord Of This
World doesn't take opinions. Post-facto, things are always easy. And here's some
unfortunate people set out to entertain another lot unfortunate in a different
A group of visually challenged musicians from Chennai called 'Sound of Music' is set to present a music show at Hyderabad for a noble cause. This is being organized by the Montfort Community Development Society (MCDS), Chennai, to raise funds for the aid of its Disabilities Program and the 'Care and Support of HIV Positive Children' program of Prajwala, Hyderabad.
There are 750 children at the Prajwala institute, and about 35 of them are infected with the dreaded Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) disease. In order to help them Prajwala has decided to host this event, and the proceeds will go towards their treatment and education.
The music troupe performing here consists of blind but academically highly qualified individuals - there are engineers, doctors and PhDs in this troupe. The main program will be held at the Hari Hara Kala Bhavan, and similar concerts will take place at these other venues:
2nd July at Little Flower High School, Abids
3rd July at All Saints, Abids
4th July at Boys Town, Jahanuma
5th July at St. Anthony's and St Francis School, Secunderabad
6th July at Geetanjali Public School
9th July at St. Paul's High School
10th July at St. Pius High School
11th July at St. Patrick's High School
12th July at Little Flower Junior College
13th July at St. Pius Degree College
14th St. Ann's Junior/Degree College
Please contact Dr Sunitha Krishna at 98480-25014 for further details.