A Dinner to Give Children Happy and Healthy Childhoods

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CRY America to host its First Annual Gala Dinner in Houston on Sunday, February 28, 2016 for the cause of underprivileged children.

HOUSTON: CRY, Child Rights and You America Inc (CRY America), a 501c3 non-profit that works to restore the rights of underprivileged children, especially in India, will host its First Houston Gala Dinner on Sunday, February 28, at the Stafford Civic Center in Stafford, TX.  The Dinner will be attended by celebrity guests Pooja Batra, former Miss India, Supermodel and Actress; Dan Nainan, Master of Ceremonies and Comedian; Houston Texans Cheerleaders and performances by Malika Ghei and Bollywood Shake Kids.

Be part of CRY America’s unforgettable evening of dinner, silent and live auction, music and dancing and enable better childhoods for thousands of children deprived of education, healthcare and protection. The evening will include an exclusive auction with a Guitar autographed by Sir Paul McCartney (Beatles), Baseball autographed by President Barack Obama and Apollo 11 Photograph autographed by NASA Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins.

Event Sponsors include Dharam Bali of Vantive Inc. and Amir Dodhiya of New York Life.  Event Management by Bollywood Shake, Dinner Service by Chef Sunil Srivastava of Great W’kana Café, Decorations and Center Pieces by Deco Art Event Planners, and Photography by Murali Santhana.  Media by Masala Radio, Meena Datt and Indo American News.

Proceeds from the dinner will go towards ensuring thousands of underprivileged children are ensured their basic rights to live, learn, grow and play.

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About CRY America:
CRY, Child Rights and You America Inc (CRY America) is a 501c3 non-profit driven by its vision of a just world in which all children have equal opportunities to develop to their full potential and realize their dreams. With the support of over 20,885 donors and 2,000 volunteers, CRY America has impacted the lives of 450,832 children living across 2,642 villages and slums through support to 70 Projects in India and USA. For more information: visit http://america.cry.org or write to support@cryamerica.org

For more information: visit http://america.cry.org or write to support@cryamerica.org