23 juillet 2010

Indian remarkable contributions to London culture

Wealthy Indian people have made their mark on many aspects of

London

life, participating in all levels of politics, business and cultural initiatives. They also contribute substantially to the health of Londoners via medical practices and the NHS. One example of these contributions is The Cyrus and Priya Vandrevala Foundation who have newly entered the Mental Healthcare field and have made a significant presence by starting the first 24x7 mental healthcare helpline.

In connection with social events, Cyrus Vandrevala has cooperated with the Elephant Parade held last Bank holiday through

London

streets. In early June, the fifth Russian Midsummer Fantasy in aid of the Raisa Gorbechev Foundation, which fights childhood cancer, will take place. The most coveted auction prize is dinner with the Man Who Changed the World. Last year the investor Cyrus Vandrevala bid £75,000 for it; the previous year it went to Hugh Grant.

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