| March 8th, 2019

FUNDRAISING EVENT IN CELEBRATION OF 17th YEAR OF ADHUNIKA

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FUNDRAISING EVENT IN CELEBRATION OF 17TH YEAR OF ADHUNIKA

ABOUT THIS EVENT: 

You are cordially invited to attend Adhunika’s Annual Benefit Event to celebrate it’s 17th year anniversary on April 20, 2019 at Engelman Recital Hall, Baruch College, New York City.

Join us to enjoy an evening filled with powerful dance performances, music, updates on our projects and much more.

POWERHOUSE PERFORMANCES by:

Legendary dancer, art director, researcher and cultural activist – Lubna Marium

Punam, Tushar of In Dhaka & Warfaze, Imran of Rockstrata, Mahbub of Rockstrata, Shami of Bidrohee, & Arafat Kazi

DANCE DRAMA

PRESENTATION BY: ‘A Team’ & ‘Team Adhunika Jr.

NETWORKING: An opportunity to meet young professionals representing local nonprofit and for-profit organizations

FOODIE’S WORLD: enjoy authentic mouthwatering Bangladeshi ‘tok-jhal-mishti’ savory food served with love!

We look forward to celebrate the evening with you, your family & friends!

DOORS OPEN: 5.30pm (Networking & Refreshments)

SHOW: 6 – 9.30pm

LOCATION: Engelman Recital Hall, Baruch College, 55 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10010

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ABOUT THE FLIER BY DESIGNER KYOKO MONA – “Dandelions are cheerful little flowers. They grow in numbers, practically everywhere, and can thrive in difficult conditions. Despite their beauty, many perceive dandelions as a weed or a pest. They apply poisonous spray; pull them out from their lawns.

Adhunika’s girls remind me of Dandelions. They are strong, they are full of joy and happiness. They survive through difficulties, neglect, without care or love, physical injuries, and emotional pain. Their intellects help them overcome any obstacle of life. They hold the power of the rising sun.”

ABOUT ADHUNIKA – Adhunika is a nonprofit charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the US Internal Revenue Code. It is a global, volunteer based organization dedicated to promoting technology usage for Bangladeshi women worldwide, in order to bring about positive social change in their lives, thus contributing to the advancement of gender equality in Bangladesh and the empowerment of Bangladeshi women. Adhunika was founded in March 2002 in New York, USA.

 

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