Thursday, 22 December 2016

Designer, Philanthropist, Secret Millionaire – Simrin Choudhrie

An avid interior designer and a dedicated philanthropist, Simrin Choudhrie has devoted her life towards helping the neglected. A loving wife and a caring mother, she oscillates between the work sphere and her house with equal dedication. Managing to keep both her dream and passion alive, she is determined to continue helping people.

Simrin graduated in architectural interior from the Inchbald School of Design, and is currently the Founder and Director of Bach Interiors Limited. She has always believed in the idea of going the extra mile for disadvantaged and tried understanding their issues closely to address them. This pushed her to participate in the hit reality TV show “Secret Millionaire” where she stayed incognito at the St. Wilfrid’s Centre for vulnerable people, masquerading as an impoverished, pregnant lady. Witnessing the plight and current life situation of her inmates, she moved to the extent of signing the biggest amount of charity ever received on the show. Now, she also is one of the patrons to the same charity house.

Apart from Wilfrid, she is one of the integral members of board of trustees at Mane Chance Sanctuary, a loving home for rescued horses set up by actress Jenny Seagrove. She is also the trustee of London based charity house ‘Path to Success’ owned by Mrs. Anita Choudhrie. Path to Success, which celebrated its 10 year anniversary last month, was formed with the vision of supporting different charities and causes every year. If the situation seems grim, they also extend the support. This year the team has been raising funds for the super talented London Titans Wheelchair Basketball Club, and have decided to extend the support until 2017.

Simrin’s efforts towards philanthropy were recognized and she was presented with the GG2 Social Entrepreneur of the year award in November 2012.

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