Teach For Change Rakes in Brand Power for their 8th edition of Annual Fundraiser Fashion Show Headlining Bollywood star Rakul Preet Singh

Hyderabad, 13th February: - Actor, producer & philanthropist Lakshmi Manchu’s NGO Teach for Change has made great strides in the space of quality education for children from disadvantaged communities. Lakshmi has announced the 8th edition of the annual fundraiser fashion show with the Title Sponsor The Antora - Designer Store. to be held in Hyderabad on 19th February. The fund raiser has become one of the most coveted events in the city and brands have queued up to associate with the cause.

Shaadi By Marriott, The Westin Hyderabad Mindspace, Fashion TV Salon Banjara Hills are the key sponsors of the show while Argentum Arts, Jewellery by Hiya – Designer Jewellery brand have also joined hands to add sheen to the show. With a special focus on education for the underprivileged children, funds raised from the show will be utilized for Teach for Change’s various campaigns throughout the year.

Headlined by Rakul Preet Singh & Jackky Bhagnani, the edition has a robust line-up of South and BTown Actors, singers and sportsmen participating. Get ready to witness the star power sashay down the ramp in designer Varun Chakkilam’s outfits, a collection specially designed for the show. A number of responsible corporates have also joined the event to celebrate the very best of fashion and creative talent along with supporting a noble cause.

Speaking on the occasion, Actress Lakshmi Manchu said, “I am so grateful to all the brands and the sponsors who have come on board to support us in this journey of giving these children effective education. The quality of education that will eventually translate into empowerment. Their contribution to the fundraiser event will go a long way and not just one evening. It is because of them that we can shoulder something of this scale. Education is our fundamental right, and no child should be left behind. This fundraiser is a platform that can help bridge their basic educational needs with our willingness to support their cause. I am also thankful to all my industry friends, family and colleagues who have time and again supported this cause for Teach for Change.”

Started in 2014 by Actor Lakshmi Manchu and Brahmachari Chaitanya, the organization has created various winning modules ranging from flagship volunteer program, ICT Infrastructure and Smart Classrooms in government schools which have proven results in improving foundational learning skills of children in primary schools and imparting digital literacy to high school students. Driven by eminent members of the civil society, the organization has so far worked with 432 Government schools transforming the lives of 42,608 students across Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

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