Patronize ‘Clarence Pinto Nite’ organized by HFF for a Good Cause

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Patronize ‘Clarence Pinto Nite’ organized by HFF for a Good Cause

Humanity First Foundation (H.F.F) to organize a Charity Event Supported by “Clarence Pinto Nite” on 8th October 2017 at Don Bosco Hall-Mangaluru at 5.30 pm. The show will be graced by Naved Shaikh-the Founder of HFF; Valentine D’souza- DYSp-CCRB-Mangaluru/DK; Hemant Makwana-Chairman-HFF; Ms Dhanalaxmi Balaga- National Working President; and Sharon Alva (Mangaluru)- National General Secretary-HFF. Buy your tickets well in advance, because they are selling like hot-cakes!

Mangaluru: Addressing the media people during a press meet held at Hotel woodlands-Mangaluru, Ms Judith D’souza-Hon. Secretary of local HFF said, ” Humanity First Foundation (H.F.F) a registered Human Rights Organization which was started in Maharashtra State, Mumbai in 2011 by Naved Sheikh with a strong motive to fight and support for the rights of common people, to extend a helping hand for the most deserving individuals in the society, irrespective of any religion. HFF Wings were extended to many cities including in Mangaluru in Sept 2015, by a group of good Samaritans residing in the Sultanate of Oman, Muscat. Members of local HFF have taken an active participation and organized charity events like, visiting to the Old Age Home at Olavina Halli, where they contributed medicines and all the other necessary amenities required by the inmates for their day-today living and requirements.”

She further said, ” HFF also took initiative of 33 poor kids education in Mangaluru, distributed blankets for the people sleeping on the streets, visited several orphanages and ashrams and contributed items- and managed to distribute 17-wheel chairs for the poor and the needy. All this was achieved and possible with the support of the good Samaritans who willingly extended their hands to become the members of the HFF family and worked together hand in hand. With a drive to motivate and support the future charitable causes for the needy and the poor and to raise funds, HFF has joined hands with yet another good Samaritan, Clarence Pinto who has shown his willingness to perform at the Don Bosco Hall Mangaluru on 8th October 2017″

“It would be a matter of great honor, privilege and delight for HFF team to have Pinto on board as one of our sponsors for this forthcoming star-studded event to have a mutually beneficial association out of it. It will be a fun-filled entertainment day with lots of fun, dance and skit. The programme will start sharp at 5.30 pm at Don Bosco Hall, Mangalore. So mark your calendar for this weekend and book your tickets well in advance, because the tickets are selling like hot-cakes. We are looking forward for your patronage for this fundraising event, where the proceeds will be donated to one of the NGO on our list. We also look forward to your financial contributions and moral support towards HFF team to help continue the noble efforts of reaching out to the poor and the underprivileged people in Mangaluru and in India” added D’souza.

Singer Clarence Pinto, Sharon Alva- National General Secretary-HFF and Ragesh Misquith- Active member of local HFF were also present on the dais during the press meet.

About Clarence Pinto:

Clarence Pinto- is a poet, writer, director, lyricist and has judged many events. Over 75 short stories, poems, and articles were written by him, published around 6 novels. He has written and directed around eight Dramas and staged around 60 plays. Famous TV serial “Ajane” in Tulu which was telecasted in a local TV channel has been translated and assisted by him. He has written and directed Konkani telefilm “Manasa, ” and released musical albums. Under the banner of Clarence pinto nite, three Musical nites were performed. Many of Pinto’s compositions have been aired on Radio Sarang.

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  1. Nice gesture on the part of Mr. Clarence Pinto and his team to come up with a project such as this. It takes lot of time, effort and cost to organize a show on the stage, but so long as there is an element of profit at the end of the game, and that profit is dedicated towards a good cause, that’s all what matters.

    Thank you, Clarence and your team for the good work in favor of good cause.

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