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Alma Club gets onus to serve Humanity

Serving humanity is noble cause to inspire and motivate people through social, cultural, environmental, and philanthropic and education activities across the world. To serve humanity, ALMA Club gets onus through organizing various activities with concrete blend of objectives and die-hard Mission. The ALMA Club will conduct seminars, workshops, symposia and international conferences to interact its respective members for work out issue based activities. The ALMA Club will organize foreign exchange tours of its members for conducting philanthropic activities.

 

 

LONDON: Serving humanity is noble cause to inspire and motivate people through social, cultural, environmental, and philanthropic and education activities across the world. To serve humanity, ALMA Club gets onus through organizing various activities with concrete blend of objectives and die-hard Mission. This was informed the founder President of ALMA Club Dr. Diwakar Sukul of London (UK). ALMA Club, Dr. Sukul said that the nature of the club is totally dedicated to serve humanity within various sphere of activities. The ALMA Club will conduct seminars, workshops, symposia and international conferences to interact its respective members for work out issue based activities. The ALMA Club will organize foreign exchange tours of its members for conducting philanthropic activities. The membership of the ALMA Club will be open for professionals, Corporate Magnets, Academic Writers, Intellectuals, Sports Persons, Politician, Diplomats and elite circle.  Those who are interested in ALMA Club Membership could contact info@almaclub.uk

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