Gesar in Poland
The poster for January events organised by Dominka Baron can be seen directly below.
To find out more about Dominika and her achievements, please read on.
Dominika Baran, a humantarian with a fast growing reputation, was born in Poland where she first developed her wish to work for the welfare of the worlds children.
Since 2008, Dominika has been a volunteer with the Gesar Foundation taking on the leadership of our effort for children of her home land, she has also supported young monks of the Benchen monastery in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal.
Working from Brighton England, Dominika has formed a highly affective team of helpers who share the common asperation to assist Polish orphans, so they are confident and able, now and in the future, to live prosperous, happy settled and productive lives.
A quote from Dominika Baron
The work achieved by my team is merely a drop in the ocean when we concider the desperate difficulties our children have no choice but to face.
I would like to encouarge everyone to support children directly by being conciderate and most kind adults. Direct help can be offered to Polish children and those of Benchen by following links on this page.
Below is a picture of Agnieszka Sypek performing for the Polish children at a Gesar event. Agnieszka is always very busy in her work as a singer and dance therapist but has always found time to assist her friend Dominika and the team for Poland.
Below we see pictured, Dominika with young monks from Benchen Monastery. Follow the link for further information on the monastery needs and to support the children directly if this is your wish. http://www.benchen.org/lotus-direkthilfe.html
On the evening of December 19th 2008, Dominika in association with the Wai kika Moo Kau restaurant put on her first music evening to benefit children and raised one hundred and ten pounds that has since been received by Benchen monastery.
Inspired by her success, Dominika Baran set out to gather her contacts who now form the Gesar Foundation Brighton team.
The team under Dominika's leadership successfully raised a further one hundred and sixty pounds by staging a music event at the Sanctuary Cafe in West Brunswick Street Hove.
This second evening of fine music raised funds for an orphanage near to the birth place of Dominika in Poland. We do have a web link and apologise for it being only in the Polish language. http://hospicjum-podkarpackie.pl/wolontariat/podzi-kowanie-po-koncercie-w-brighton.html
Their has since been a third and fourth eveningis. Evening three raised four hundred pounds and evening four a further one hundred and seventy pounds. To read of the children's gratitude in Poland, please follow the link. www.dommieszko.pl/
See the bottom of this page for poster/flyers of all four of the previous Musical Collage events.
Below is a picture of Pawo with Dominika Baran, taken on the day of their first meeting, when they had delicious soup and a roll in the Sanctuary Cafe in Hove.
Thank you Haley Kilgour for your generosity in being very happy to produce posters and flyers for Dominika. As you know, Haley is an international artist and designer who lives and works in Brighton. Check out his wonderful work on his web site www.funkyreddog.com and always look for his trademark dog ever present in his work.
Pictured below are Haley Kilgour with one of his biggest fans, Pawo.
Monies raised so far by Dominika and her Brighton team in Sussex, England, amount to eight hundred and forty pounds.
If anyone has any questions or would like to add their skills, then I am certain Dominika will be very happy to answer them. Contact Dominka directly on email@example.com
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