Miss England had helped to raise funds for UK city street children

Miss England had helped to raise funds for UK city street children

Bhasha Mukherjee, the Miss England 2019 has an Indian origin and had helped to raise funds for UK charity and for Kolkata slum children with purpose of mission and as a part of her beauty paegnant. Though she is a doctor by profession who had spent her childhood in Kolkata she has taken time out to prepare for Miss World contest. She joined Hope Foundation’s annual fundraiser on Friday night in London. At the age of 9 years, the 23- year old had moved to the UK and is currently working as a junior doctor in Lincolnshire, Eastern England.

With this event, she has raised about 20,000 pounds for the charity through auction sales and tickets while they received pledge to sponsor Indian children too. Bhasha Mukherjee also said that she feels that the foundation is very special to her. She also said that Hope foundation is not just for the children who live in Kolkata but it is about the children all around the world. She also wants to empower people so that they can take control of their health.  Hope Foundation was actually founded in the year 1999 for the safety and protection of 14 young girls who were forced to live on the streets in Kolkata. It just started with one protection home and now they have 12 homes which have shown a great impact on millions of Kolkata slum residents. Several thousands of children have been introduced to education while they are in a plan to break the poverty cycle. The auction amount has raised around 9000 pounds along with holiday to India. They have also followed various other ways to raise profits for the foundation in various places like Ireland, UK and India. The Hope foundation plays a great part in managing the lives of street connected children.