Baroness Cox - Unsung Social Crusaders Awarded Mother Teresa Memorial Awards

Unsung Social Crusaders Awarded Mother Teresa Memorial Awards
These noble reformists were honoured at the Mother Teresa Memorial Award ceremony held on Sunday, November 3, 2019, at the Taj Lands End, Mumbai. 

Great article By Cheshta Bakshi -November 4, 2019

Lady Cox was delighted to be part of this great occasion. -

Mumbai, Maharashtra, 4th November 2019 –

The following articulate and dauntlessly courageous social crusaders were honoured with the Mother Teresa Memorial Awards for Social Justice in the field of Contemporary Forms of Slavery:

HART Aid and Advocacy Appeal for Syria

Over six million Syrians are internally displaced, and a third of the population is going hungry. As a bitter winter approaches, HART is seeking your support to help provide food and warmth for families returning to the mountainous village of Maaloula, near Damascus.
Working with our partner the St. Ephrem Patriarchial Development Committee (EPDC), we aim to supply 550 families with two large blankets and a hamper including foods such as oil, tomato paste, dried corn and a nourishing mixture of grain and yoghurt.
Please support. Thank-you.

Baroness Cox's charity HART provides funds to change life for students at Loi Tai Leng school Myanmar

Whilst Baroness Cox carry's out her work giving a voice to the voiceless in Parliament and not just for those people in this country (England) but also in many others around the world, she is often reported on in the newspapers a lot but not enough for her charity work in my opinion. (Andrew Haigh)

HART (Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust) a charity she founded back in 2004 works mostly in areas of conflict, here Lady Cox often looks for ways to bring sustainability to those courageous organisations HART works with on the ground. Here is a latest great example of life changing innovation Caroline's organisation has recently funded, which is an amazing example of community work.