England cricketers spent time with kids ahead of 3rd ODI
Updated - Jan 22, 2017 12:37 pm
Ahead of the 3rd and final ODI against India at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata, England cricketers along with skipper Eoin Morgan were seen spending time with kids from a non-governmental organisation (NGO) on Saturday after their practice session.
Children between the age group of 5 to 19, part of “Future Hope” programme which helps provide accommodation to street children, were celebrating its 30th anniversary with an initiative called “Curry 4 Kolkata Kids” aimed at raising funds for children by cooking curry from their own recipe.
“We have our association with the England cricket team for past 20 years now. Our managing trustee Tim Grandage is English and thus the association,” Sujata Sen, chief executive of the organisation founded in 1987, told IANS.
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