Sewa Week 2015
Over 75,000 people took part in Sewa or self less work around the world on Sunday 4th October.
The Hindu Community of Redbridge got together to deliver over 500kg of non perishable foods to SHP Homeless Unit, York Road, lIford as part of Sewa Day.
"It is important we give back to the disadvantaged in every way. Sewa or self less work is very much part of the hindu culture. We are glad to support the homeless in Redbridge in any way we can." said Bali Bhalla of Ashgrove Road, Goodmayes and representative of Sewa Week Redbridge.
"Sewa Week Redbridge is part of Sewa UK. It is amazing a few of us started Sewa Week 14 years ago and it has evolved to be called Sewa Day and has grown to now over 75,000 plus people take part in it." said Ravi Bhanot, of Green Lane Ilford and works with Sewa Week Redbridge.
If you would like to help the disadvantaged please email Ravi Bhanot on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02085979039.