An evening of indian classical dance and music
7:30 pm, Saturday, October 1, 2005
Frist Theater, Princeton University
Sitar: Dipanjan Guha, Tabla: Sejal Kukadia
Bharatanatyam: Baladevi Chandrashekar
Tickets: $6 (students), $12 (others)
AID Princeton, along with Asha CNJ is organizing a marathon training program called Race for Development
Several volunteers have committed to run the Philadelphia marathon and raise funds for AID in the process
Please support our runners!
About AID Princeton
Formed in December 2003, AID Princeton had it's genesis in the Princeton for Bhopal campaign, an effort by Princeton University students in support of the larger campaign to win justice for the people affected by the Bhopal gas tragedy.
AID has received the highest possible 4 star rating from charity navigator, America's largest independent evaluator of charities.
Flood Relief Update Website
We are collecting old computers to ship to India.
Please contact us if you would like to donate your computer
Back to old schedule: AID Princeton CSH is held 7 p.m. on Wednesdays.
Compassion wherever there is suffering. Conviction that the compassion is strong enough to eliminate suffering. Courage to make this conviction a reality. This is AID.