Empowering Youth, Enriching Communities: Manju Shahul-Hameed Foundation Hosts ‘OUR TIME’ Gala”

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The Manju Shahul-Hameed Foundation for Mental Health, driven by profound compassion and determination to address the issue of knife violence, is presenting “OUR TIME: Young Stars of Croydon,” a gala fundraiser and talent showcase. The event, Scheduled for Saturday, March 2, 2024, at 6 PM, aims to celebrate the vibrant talent of London’s youth while honouring the lives affected by knife violence in our communities.

The gala, to be held at Whitgift School on Haling Park Road in South Croydon, promises an evening of non-stop entertainment, with tickets priced at £10 per person and children under 10 admitted free of charge. Attendees can indulge in a variety of food and drinks available onsite at competitive prices, ensuring a delightful experience for all.

Councillor Dr. Manju Shahul-Hameed, the driving force behind the foundation, expressed her dedication to creating a supportive environment for those impacted by mental illness and knife violence.  The foundation strives to unite diverse communities in Croydon and the UK, fostering empathy and solidarity among those in need. 

By spearheading initiatives like “OUR TIME,” the foundation strives to eradicate stigma, reshape perceptions about mental health, and foster inclusivity throughout society.

Tickets for “OUR TIME: Young Stars of Croydon” are available now via Eventbrite, with proceeds going towards supporting the foundation’s vital initiatives.

Interested individuals can contact Councillor Dr. Manju Shahul-Hameed at 07985603089 or via events@msfoundations.co.uk for more information and ticket bookings.