Holding Hands

Support India During the Pandemic

Charity Auction

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The people of India are suffering from the coronavirus pandemic.

Hospitals are at capacity and lockdowns have affected livelihoods. 

The Indian Society of South West Wales has teamed up with BAPIO (British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin) to provide essential equipment and food for the needy.

We are organising an auction of paintings donated by our supporters to raise funds towards the cause. Please note the photos and descriptions of the paintings. The guide price is included. Postage costs not included. You can directly buy the paintings by emailing us on indiansocietysww@gmail.com. Alternatively, you can take part in our Zoom Auction, details of which are given below.

Topic: Charity auction 
Time: June 5th, 2021 02:00 PM London 

 

Meeting ID: 865 7771 1426 
Passcode: 644992

You can also donate directly to the cause via our fundraising page:

Our Artists

Dr. Bushra Thajudeen

Dr. Bushra Thajudeen is a Consultant Ophthalmologist in Royal Gwent Hospital, Newport, Wales. She graduated from Medical College, Trivandrum, India. She is a keen artist and enjoys painting as a hobby. She mainly works with oil paints and recently took up palette knife painting with acrylics too. She has been regularly painting for the last few years, hoping to achieve her dream of displaying all her artwork in an exhibition.

 

With the news of COVID-19 pandemic hitting India hard and the extreme crisis, she decided to donate her paintings to the Indian Society of South West Wales to raise funds for India. She wishes that her collection "Pigments of Hope through the Pandemic" brings rays of light to many lives.