Romani Arts Company visits 10 Downing Street
- Tuesday, 24 January 2012
Out of nearly 162,000 charities throughout the UK, a select number of those were invited to 10 Downing Street as an appreciation of the charitable work done with children in the countries regions.
Isaac Blake, Director of the Romani Arts Company, was one of the select delegates that had the opportunity to meet with the Prime Minister and his wife at Number 10 with assorted celebrities and key officials from the nation's prime charities.
This event celebrated the work undertaken with organisations that have delivered significant growth and understanding with children throughout diverse communities.
Isaac Blake proudly commented that “This was a wonderful opportunity to meet people and share the great work we have achieved this year so far.”
Amongst the celebrities of Gary Barlow, Peter Andre and Stacy Solomon, Isaac Blake was probably one of the first Gypsies that has attained the recognition and invitation to this prestigious event.
Once again, children from the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller community have been represented and promoted by Mr Blake at the highest level. The event ended with candidates having a better understanding and awareness of children from varied backgrounds with the opportunity to partner future actives with those involved.
To find out more about the charity and to see a photo, visit the Romani Arts website.
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