Dancing for a Cause Fundraiser for Handicapped and Disabled Children

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From left, Sanjeev Mehtani of International Mission of Mercy, Lara Dutt, Miss Universe 2000, who was the chief guest at the Aug. 23, 2019, Dance for a Cause competition which was a fundraiser for handicapped and disabled children. (Photo courtesy of the organizer)

Mydream Global Foundation (MGF) in association with Satish Mehtani of International Mission of Mercy, held a dance competition to raise money for disabled and handicapped kids, Aug. 23, in New Jersey.

The Chief Guest at the event was Miss Universe 2000 Lara Dutta. The special guest was Ambassador Ruth A. Davis, first woman of color to be appointed director general of the U.S. Foreign Service.

It was an oversold show according to a press release from organizers. More than 48 children from various cities participated in the competition.

Media partners of the event included Parikh Worldwide Media and ITV Gold as well as other Indian-American media.

Ambassador Davis honored Rashmi Bedi, founder of Mydream Global Foundation, with the Women Icon Of The Year 2019, the press release said. Bedi and Mydream Entertainment also received the Best Business For Women Empowerment awards from Dutta.

The winners of the dance competition were Sanjana of Mydream Dance Stars; Geetika was 1st Runner Up; Anchal Singh, 2nd Runner Up,; and Lavia was 3rd Runner Up.

From left, Sanjeev Mehtani of International Mission of Mercy, Lara Dutt, Miss Universe 2000, who was
the chief guest at the Aug. 23, 2019, Dance For A Cause competition which was a fundraiser for handicapped and disabled children.

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