Preparations are well underway for an Autumn festival this Friday which is set to create awareness amongst workers. Hundreds of workers are expected to attend ‘The ICRF Workers’ Day 2019 – Autumn Fest, organized by the Indian Community Relief Fund (ICRF). The event will be held on 25th October (Friday) at the Indian School, Isa Town, from 2 pm until 8 pm followed by dinner.
ICRF has established a big team comprising of General Conveners Pankaj Malik and M.K. Siraj and Joint Conveners Sudheer Thirunilath, Subair Kannur, Nasser Manjeri, Pavithran Neeleswaram, Jawad Pasha, Muralikrishnan, K.T.Salim, D.Siva Kumar and Anish Sreedhar. The officials and the team met at the Indian Club on Monday to discuss about the event.
“Our intention is to create an atmosphere of celebrations and enjoyment for the low-income workers, in turn improving their morale and create awareness on support systems available by the community for them” stated ICRF.
The workers will enjoy indoor and outdoor games and other fun-filled activities, including tug of war, running race, sack race, karaoke singing, spot quiz, cinematic dance and many more attractions. In addition to these entertainments, we shall have gift hampers for each attendee and special gifts for the winners as well.
This is the second celebration event that ICRF is organizing for the workers. The first edition of the ICRF Workers’ Day – Summer Fest took place in June and saw more than 800 workers who participated in the festival featuring entertainment and fun activities.
“We plan to organise ICRF Workers’ Day every quarter namely Summer Fest, Autumn Fest, Winter Fest and Spring Fest” they further added.
For registration and participation.please call our General Conveners – ICRF Autumn Fest: M K Siraj on 3944 3097; or Pankaj Malik on 3337 5010.
ICRF is a non-government, non-profit organization established in 1999, working under the patronage of the Ambassador of India to the Kingdom of Bahrain for the general welfare of the Indian workers in Bahrain at large. Our mission is to give a helping hand to the economically weaker section of the Indian community in Bahrain. This includes Legal Aid, Emergency Help, Community Welfare Services, Medical assistance, Counseling etc.