IWN Hyderabad hosts fundraising gala
Below is an article originally written by PowerToFly Partner Invesco, and published on January 2, 2020. Go to Invesco's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.
IWN Hyderabad team recently hosted a first-of-its-kind fund raising event to support the children studying in Raidurgam Government School, an Invesco Cares initiative.
The Cultural Gala had over 10 teams in their native costumes, competing for the title of "The Fundraisers". The station set-up by the representing teams exhibited the richness and uniqueness of the state through the sale of regional food and artifacts. The teams were judged on parameters of creativity and fund-raised for the school.
Over 200 employees including the leadership team enjoyed the India experience, savored the handpicked delicacies and shopped to make a difference.
Thanks to the IWN team, the employees enjoyed an evening of food, fun and frolic and contributed towards a good cause.
After all, what's happiness without spreading a little joy around!
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