The Bombay Canteen 4th (Annual) Independence Dawaat i Support of Miracle Foundation India
by Shrutee K/DNS
Mumbai August 2018: Over 540 guests, staff and well-wishers from across the world raised 7.3 lakhs for our supporting charities through the annual Independence Day Dawaat. So get your flags out, paint the city in tri-colours, and swing by The Bombay Canteen to celebrate all things Indian, this Independence Day, with good food for a good cause at our 4th (Annual) Independence Day Daawat! Lets celebrate the joy of being Indian and participate on August 15, 2018, only for lunch from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm, in support of Miracle Foundation India (a non-profit organization that brings life-changing care to the children without homes The Bombay Canteen is taking its turn in making miracles happen for these little bacchas. And with all the love and support we’ve gotten from you, we are sure that hum honge kamyab!
On the menu this year, a sumptuous meal of regional delicacies put together by Chef-Partner Thomas Zacharias and his team all served on a banana leaf in a community style dining experience. This includes Kerela Kaya Ularthiyathu, Goan Kokum Dal and Bombay Maska Pav. But the extra special touch is the regional specialties from the homes and kitchens of some of guests who have been our constant cheerleaders, reflecting the culinary diversity of our country. Fashion designers Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla share a recipe from the Bohri community (Junglee Kheema) while celebrity chef and champion of regional Indian food - Chef Manish Mehrotra gives us one of his family recipe from UP (Sattu Kachori) and stand up comedian Rohan Joshi sends some love and laughter with a recipe for a dish from Gujarat (Vatana Muthai Shaak), while industrialist Harsh Goenka offers a Rajasthani recipe from his home kitchen (Shahi Khichdi) and Anirban Blah shares a Meghalayan dish (Khasi Black Sesame Chicken). All this and more with a selection of unusual chutneys and accompaniments served up with chilled Aam Panna from UP and delicious Lonavla Chocolate Fudge with Peanut Chikki and Tri Colour Barfi to round off the meal.
And since this lunch is also about celebrating freedom, we encourage you to pay what you like at the end of your meal. Remember, everything you donate, goes to the Miracle Foundation India for the incredible work they do. The children gave us their wish list and we are sharing it with you - from world maps to globes, science kits to sports equipment, nutritional meals to clothing. So let’s play
genie and make those wishes come true. And if you can’t make it for the good food, you can contribute to the good cause online by visiting. https://www.ketto.org/fundraiser/tbc18
Date: August 15th, Wednesday 2018.
Time: only at Lunch from 11.30am to 3:30pm.
No reservations. Seating on first come, first serve, basis.
About Our Cause: Miracle Foundation India is a non-profit organization that brings life-changing care to the children without homes. Our mission is simple. Miracle Foundation India stands for group homes for children and helps them thrive in real time. We've created a measurable, repeatable and systematic method to ensure that children are educated, fed, loved and safe. At the same time, we explore every avenue to reunite them with their parents or relatives, when possible.
- Ensures organizations meet the 12 Rights of the Child and rise to international standards
- Guides leaders to resettle children with a caring, responsible relative or family—and help them stay together
- Transitions children’s homes into Centers for Excellence where children thrive instead of reside
Started in 2011, the organization is dedicated to empowering orphans to reach their full potential. Today, we support thousands of children without parents, from the hinterlands of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Telangana, Kerala and Madhya Pradesh to the far-flung areas of Tripura. Our goal is for every child to live in a loving family; to become a healthy, happy, income-producing person—and experience a true sense of belonging.
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