Hyderabad 31st March 2017: The "VVS foundation black tie dinner" is an unique event which is focused not only on raising funds but also an effort to spread the word about sports coaching/training in India. This event will act as platform for stalwarts, change makers, leaders & experts to converse. The aim of this event is to create a path for change in one of most ignored topics of Indian subcontinent "Quality Sports Coaching". This Event will be done on annual basis , 2017's edition will have the 2 panel discussions
Future of Sports coaching in India
Date : 5th May 2017 ,7.30 pm at Taj Krishna
Panelist: Mr.Yuvraj Singh , Mr.David Warner ,Mr. Pullela Gopichand Moderator: Mr. Harsha Bhogle
Power of Dreams
Panelist: Sri KTR (Honorable IT minister of TG), MS. Samantha (Actor)
Moderator: Mr.VVS Laxman
Format: Panel discussion & Sit down dinner
The elite audience of the event will consist of 200+ of the who's who of Hyderabad & many guest from all over India. The donor passes for the event will be available online from 5th of April 2017. The event is designed & executed by reputed Octopus Group which has been responsible for 750+ event in the last decade across the globe.
About the Foundation
VVS Foundation was found in the year 2012, to enrich the lives of these children and to catalyze a socioeconomic change in India. We are an NGO raising money from individuals and corporate sponsorships to provide qualitative education as well as sports coaching to the meritorious and skilled children. The VVS Foundation believes every child with potential must be given the opportunity to flourish, and that financial impediments should not be a hindrance. Our aim is to stand for individuals who aspire to rise high but are held back by affordability issues.
Vangipurapu Venkata Sai Laxman, fondly known as V.V.S. Laxman, Padma Shri awardee, former legendary cricketer firmly believes in honing the talent of young enthusiastic minds who due to lack of affordability don't attain the desired results. He wants to promote all those aspiring youngsters who aim for the stars but the clouds of gloominess overshadow their aspirations.
Mrs. SailajaLaxman, a philanthropist by nature, is very passionate about education. She personally feels that if proper education and guidance is given to students coming from economically weaker section of the society, they can shine.