Staff Reporter Dhaka : Together for Bangladesh, a non-profit organization, organized ‘Carnival of Hope’, a charity event to raise funds for the less fortunate street children on the 29th of October, 2022. The event was held at Celebrity Convention Center, Satmoshjid Road, Dhaka.
Together for Bangladesh joined hands with Stand Up Dhaka and 11 music artists for the show. Rayhan Shuvro, Romel & Friends, Kaaktal, Enamul Huq and Aynus Moholla are some of the artists that graced the event with their powerful performances.
SM Nazmus Sakib, Founder of Together for Bangladesh and Team Lead of the event said, “Carnival of Hope is more than just another concert or entertainment event. It is a collective effort of all of us present here to bring smiles and hopes amongst those little kids out there who need a little more help and support than others. As we know, it is hope that keeps life going after all.”
He also added that all artists that performed in the event donated their remuneration for the street children; with the thought that this will inspire the youth to come forward to support the greater good for Bangladesh and its people.
An approximate of more than 600 people attended the event.
“It was a tough job to pull through. We normally organize events at academic institutions, but this was our first time outside. So we had to go over every last detail till the last minute. It was hectic but really enjoyable and wholesome!” said Faiyaz Ahmed, one of the organizers of the event.
The 7 hour long event ended on a happy note with the audience feeling exhausted yet lively.
Together for Bangladesh is a nonprofit organization founded by SM Nazmus Sakib. It was established in the year 2020. Their main objective is to gear up to support underprivileged people all over Bangladesh. The organization consists of a group of young people brought together for a cause. They have previously organized other social campaigns and programs like relief measures for post-Covid support, and the Sylhet flood Tragedy earlier this year.
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