Sulaxmi School for Girls
This New York Time article “A Campaign Against Girls in India”
by Nilanjana S. Roy, is a must read. Please share it with a friend. Sharing this story educates one more person about the importance of the Salus Foundation’s work, and the great importance of all work in support of women and girls around the globe.
“A Campaign Against Girls in India”
“We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.”-Mother Teresa
The Salus Foundation’s March 15, 2011 wine tasting to support the “poorest of the poor” in Lucknow, India was a huge financial success.
Ariel Peralta & David Moore
On this evening, friends, family and donors of the Salus Foundation joined together to form a human “chain of support” to educate poor girls living in India. Guests were treated to a display of students’ pictures and their crafts and delicious Indian cuisine donated by Dawat
restaurants. The night however, would not have been possible without the generosity and charm of David Moore of Moore Brothers
. Moore Brothers donated the space and wine for our event and David Moore served as our host.
Barbara Lowenstein, Selcuk Ipek & Hans Hageman
In addition, I would like to acknowledge my friends Barbara Lowenstein, one of the foundation’s biggest cheerleaders and the driving force behind the wine tasting; Loella Medina for her one-of- a-kind hand made jewelry, and Sharon Garfunkel of Sobral for donating one of their pieces from their beautiful handmade jewelry collection for the event’s raffle.
We look forward to inviting you to our 2012 Wine Tasting.