After 2020 Success – 2021 VIRTUAL EVENTS
2021 Current Pledge
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FREE VIRTUAL CONCERT SERIES
SAC routinely hosts world class cultural programs in multiple US cities that serve as great fund raisers and help raise awareness about the various projects undertaken by VHPA. After three years of spectacularly successful stage shows and virtual shows of last year, this year as well SAC would be hosting free virtual concerts due to the pandemic.
Programs will range from comedy shows, instrumentals, musicals, and to dance dramas.
You can watch the programs here and pledge your donations.
So please mark your calendars and join us on the show dates!
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हंसने हँसाने की शाम Hasya Kavi Sammelan
FEB 27 8:30PM EST
Support A Child (SAC) is bringing to you a very entertaining Kavi Sammelan with renowned Kavis (Poets) from Bharat. All these poets have done a number of popular TV shows and participated in Kavi Sammelan from last 15+ years.
Sanjay Jhala: Sanjay Jhala is one of the most popular names among the poet of comic and satire. He is one of the poets who give very-very meaningful message through his kavita (poem). He has done more than 2000+ stage show of his comic poetry across the world. Sanjay Jhala has done number of popular TV shows for different channels which gained extreme appreciation. He has also written books on satire and number of regular column in different prestigious newspaper.
Rajendra Malvia: Writing kavita since 1980 in different magazines in Bharat. Reciting kavita since 1984 at more than 2000 Kavi Sammelans at national and international platform.
Poonam Verma: Reciting kavita from last 15+ years in Bharat and several other countries including at Lal Kila Kavi Sammelan on Republic Day and also in several TV channels.
Govind Rathi: Reciting from last 15+ years in more than 800 Kavi Sammelans.
Ashok Sharma (Mimicry artist): Started to do mimcry at the age of 12 and have performed in several TV channels including Sony, DD1 and Zee.
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MAR 27 8:30PM EST
BANDISH FUSION is an experience of soul-stirring effect of sheer melodic beauty fused with incredible rhythms taking one to a whole new level of musical raptures. This band kicked off its journey way back in 1985 being one of the very first bands of its kind in India and is now surely regarded as one of the longest existing front ranking bands of the country.
In this show you will enjoy a fusion music with an unprecedented blending of genres combined with complex rhythms in unusual time signatures with a thoughtful blend of improvisational concept that was rooted in jazz as well as Indian music and harmonic influence from European classical music.
Enjoy the immortal compositions of the legendary R.D. Burman (Pancham).
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What is the difference between Pledge and Donate?
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Is there a minimum amount to Pledge or Donate?
We appreciate any amount that you may want to provide to this noble cause. Please remember, it only costs you $250 per year to support one child.
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How can I watch the shows on my TV?
If you have a Smart TV and have the YouTube app on it, simply search for SupportAChildUSA and you would reach our channel. You can select the live show and enjoy.
If you do not have a smart TV, you need at least Chromecast or Airplay to cast the shows from your computer or cell phone to your TV. The folks over at Youtube have more detailed instructions that can help you.