Navin was invited to attend the House Of Commons on the 20th March to present Awards to the winners of the SEWA Day Pioneers Awards. “I think encouraging and recognising people that give back is very important and I am so pleased to be a part of this wonderful initiative”, said Navin.
On Sewa Day, thousands of people across the world come together to perform Sewa (acts of selfless giving and kindness) and experience the joy of giving in its truest sense. Previously, participating groups have organised Sewa Day volunteering projects in old people’s homes, homeless shelters, schools in disadvantaged areas, hospitals and hospices, country parks, conservation areas and city farms – all with an aim of making a positive difference to someone else’s happiness and prosperity.
Visit www.sewaday.org for more info.