Tuning Into Awareness: The Rani Breast Cancer Trust’s Concert for a Cause

By: Bhavya Gaind

In the heart of an enduring battle against breast cancer, a beacon of hope shines brightly, guiding countless women towards a future where fear is replaced by awareness and action. This beacon is none other than the Rani Breast Cancer Trust, a philanthropic initiative pioneered by the indomitable Bittu Sandhu in 2007.

Born from a personal tragedy, the loss of her sister Rani to breast cancer, Sandhu transformed her grief into a force for good, vowing to ensure that no other woman feels helpless against this ailment.

A Never-Say-Die Spirit

Embodying a never-say-die spirit, the Trust has been at the forefront of breast cancer awareness in India, steadfast in its mission to educate, empower, and heal. The project started two years ago for young people who are in need of a heart surgery. Continuing with an approach that intertwines compassion with action, the Rani Breast Cancer Trust has become synonymous with hope for countless women across urban and rural landscapes.

A Symphony of Awareness: The Upcoming Event

In a heartfelt effort to spread awareness through the universal language of music, the Trust is gearing up for an extraordinary event this coming 2nd April at the Tagore Theater. The concert, headlined by the renowned Harbhajan Mann, is not just a musical soirée but a clarion call to action.

Mann, whose voice once echoed through the same venue in 2011 for a similar cause, returns to lend his support to this noble cause, proving that the fight against breast cancer is ongoing and unwavering.

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