Watford-based charity STOP International raised over £2,000 thanks to an evening of Indian food and 'entertainment', and an auction of promises attended by 80 people. STOP International was founded by Kish Poddar, a teacher at Stanborough School in 2000 and helps children in orphanages in Tamil Nadu in Southern India. During the evening founder Kish outlined his next humanitarian project. Next summer he plans to set up a sewing room at the Vocational Training Centre in one of the orphanages he
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