Photos: At the 2014 London Mela for the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal

Last Sunday, members of the Stani Army including Mr Pakistan and the Sheikh of Pakistan, were at the London Mela in Gunnersbury Park raising funds for the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal (IKCA). This follows on from our IKCA fundraising challenge in June when we climbed to the summit of Mount Snowdon in full fancy dress, photos of which can be found here. We would like to thank everyone who attended the Mela and donated to this worthy cause, or simply just stopped by to have a friendly chat and a photo or two. You can view photos from the Mela below.

If you missed out on the Mela and still wish to donate, you can do so via the IKCA website, or via free phone on 0500 786 101. To find out more about where your donations will be going and the tireless work of the IKCA and everyone at the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, please visit here.

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Photos: At the London Mela for the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal

Earlier this month, members of the Stani Army were in attendance at the London Mela in Gunnersbury Park raising funds for the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal (IKCA). A big thank you to everyone who attended and donated towards this worthy cause, and we hope you enjoyed meeting us and Stani Army’s very own Mr Pakistan and the Sheikh. You can view photos from the Mela below.

If you missed out on the Mela and still wish to donate, you can do so via Mr Pakistan’s Just Giving page, via the IKCA website, or via free phone on 0500 786 101. To find out more about where your donations will be going and the tireless work of the IKCA and everyone at the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, please visit here.

It was also a pleasure meeting members of the Rotary Foundation who had their own stall close to ours, and hearing of the great work they are doing in Pakistan in the fight to eradicate polio. Pakistan is one of the few countries in the world where polio is still endemic. The Rotary Foundation through their End Polio Now campaign hope to eradicate polio from Pakistan, and you can help by donating here. Continue reading “Photos: At the London Mela for the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal”

Photos: At the Melas for the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal

Generous donor and avid cricket fan Navid bhai (centre) with us at the Barking Mela

Stani Army were proud to be in attendance at two Melas recently, raising funds for the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal (IKCA). The first Mela was at Upton Court Park in Slough and the second at Barking Park in Barking, London. Thank you to everyone who attended and donated towards this worthy cause, and we hope you enjoyed meeting us and Stani Army’s very own Mr Pakistan.

The crew with the great man Imran Khan himself, holding a cheque for the funds raised last year

With last year’s effort bringing in over three thousand pound to the Imran Khan Cancer Appeal, we will inshaAllah with your help, try and surpass that total this year. You can donate in person if you are attending any of the remaining Melas we will be at in the next few months. Alternatively, you can do so via Mr Pakistan’s Just Giving page, via the IKCA website, or via free phone on 0500 786 101. To find out more about where your donations will be going and the tireless work of the IKCA and everyone at the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, please visit here.

If you missed us at the Slough and Barking Melas, worry not. We will be in attendance at a Mela in Manchester on the 14th and 15th of July, at the O2 London Mela at Gunnersbury Park on the 19th of August (provided Eid does not fall on this date), and finally at a Mela in Birmingham in the first week of September (date to be confirmed). Do try to attend and visit our charity stall for a friendly chat and a photo if you so wish.

UPDATE (10th July): Due to adverse weather conditions and a waterlogged park, the Manchester Mela has been postponed until the weekend of the 25th and 26th of August.

Photos from the Slough and Barking Melas:

Sunday 17th June, Slough Mela Upton Court Park:

         

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