“Rhythm & Harmony find their way into the inner places of the soul” Plato
Bina has helped raise funds for several NGO’s though her various events she has curated and organized in India and abroad.
Says Bina “It is important to always share and do your best for others who are less fortunate. Putting a smile on a child’s face gives me immense satisfaction and it really doesn’t take much to do that. Just a little bit of your time and energy.”
“It’s not how much we give, but how much love we put into giving” Mother Teresa
The 'Vintage Charity Ball' Is An Annual Fund Raiser By WIA, UK
In June 2018, Bina curated the art exhibit in aid of the cause "Art is not what you see, but what you make others see" Edgar Degas.
Painting live for 'Beti'
Society for the Education of Crippled (SEC)
An Art event was organized for NGO – Deeds
On World Animal Day
An event to create animal welfare awareness saw an eclectic display of fashion, jewelry, art and handbags in the animal theme.
Artists Priya Dutt and Krishna Kumari displayed their sketches and works in porcelain, Amy Billimoria created lovely ensembles in animal design and Bina painted and created beautiful handbags. Animal lovers, and friends came in full support with their dogs who were given special treats.
Listen to Raveena Tandon, Who is a big animal lover, talk about her dog Chotu.
Listen to Bollywood singer and Padma Shri Sonu Nigam speak on animal cruelty.
World Mental Health Day
On World Mental Health Day October 10th, Bina curated and organised a programme of music for Dementia/Alzheimers patients along with ‘Mind Temple’ – Psychiatrist Dr Anjali Chhabria at the Rotary Club to ‘Heal through Music’. Music helps patients manage stress and stimulates positive responses. Alzeihmers patients relate and remember retro music.
Singers Talat Aziz, Anup Jalota, Shilpa Rao, Leslie Lewis, Runa Rizvi, Amika Shail with Jeetu Shankar, and his band all helped make the evening a memorable one. The patients sang and danced along with the artists.