NCPA to Organize Christmas Celebration for Underprivileged Children
With Christmas just around the corner, The National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA), India's premiere arts and culture institution is celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ with underprivileged children on Wednesday 18th December, 3pm at the Open Air NCPA aims to make this Christmas an unforgettable experience for over 100 children from NGOs like Baal Jeevan Trust, The Education Audiology and Research Society (EAR) and Bhavishya Yaan by lining up a wide range of exciting activities especially planned for them.
This party will ensure that the young ones enjoy melodious Christmas carols played by the musicians of NCPA's Symphony Orchestra of India, energetic dance performance by Shiamak Davar's Victory Arts Foundation Dance Group, an astounding magic show and much more. That's not all; the most loved and much awaited Santa Claus will give away presents to all the kids.
Mr. Deepak Bajaj, Executive Director - NCPA, says "Christmas is a celebration of joy with love and sharing as its essence. At NCPA, we believe there's no better way to celebrate the season of giving than to give back to our society. We sincerely hope that the children will enjoy our humble initiative and leave with warm hearts full of love, joy and happiness."