"EKTA World" raised funds to support childhood cancer care center Access Life through ‘Artists For A Cause’

Mumbai: It was the end of a fun-filled evening complete with entertainment, music, dance, and merry, as ‘ARTISTS FOR A CAUSE’ hosted by 'EKTA World' was concluded. Curated by Sameer Daate support of Access Life, a childhood cancer care center, along with EKTA world, brought together artists across genres to perform to raise funds to support children fighting with cancer.

Minister of School Education, Sports and Youth Welfare of Maharashtra Ashish Shelar graced the event with his presence to show his support for the cause. Globally renowned singers Samir and Dipalee Daate, India’s first female table player Anuradha Pal, celebrated and prolific painter Sangeeta Babani, and internationally renowned dancer Zia Nath were some performers who came together with the fusion of music, art and dance to raise hope for a greater cause.

Speaking on this occasion, Mr. Ashok Mohanani, Chairman, EKTA World expressed, “We constantly strive to ensure we participate and spearhead initiatives for social betterment. I feel immensely proud of the encouraging impact our initiative will have on so many of lives in Access Life.

"Access Life Assistance Foundation", an Indian not-for-profit organization registered as a section 8 company provides multi-disciplinary supportive care to families who come to Mumbai for their child’s cancer treatment. It provides a loving and temporary home for children undergoing treatment for cancer along with their parents or caretakers.

'Access Life' set up its first center in June 2014 in Chembur and has grown to 6 childhood cancer care centers across Mumbai and Thane. Through our 6 centers we have offered a holistic support to more than 350 underprivileged children with cancer, and their families.