Campaign India Team
Nov 21, 2016

Photo exhibition on 26/11 anniv. to raise funds for Uri martyrs' families

Conceptualised by ideas@work and Scarecrow; #ShatteredNotBroken expo on 26 and 27 November in Mumbai

Ahead of the eighth anniversary of the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai, ideas@work and Scarecrow Communications have tied up for an initiative to raise funds for families of martyrs from the Indian Army, who laid down their lives in the recent Uri attacks.
A fundraising photography exhibition on the theme ‘Shattered, Not Broken – A stance against terrorism’ will be hosted in Mumbai on 26 and 27 November 2016. The photographs by ideas@work's Prashant Godbole will be framed with glass shattered by shrapnel and bullets. The subjects featured will be people who were directly or indirectly affected by the 26/11 attacks.
The work will be up for sale, with all proceeds going to the beneficiaries through, an online crowd-funding platform. 
The exhibition at the Scarecrow Art Gallery in Mumbai will be open to public with entry tickets at Rs 100 each. Book your tickets here
Those wishing to support the initiative but unable to attend can donate here
Campaign India

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