HBO series ‘Game Of Thrones’ actress Amrita Acharya has announced to support to raise the funds for child rescue and rehabilitation centre in Kathmandu.
UK based social organization Chorachori and actress are team up for to raise the funds 80,000 Pounds for the rehabilitation centre, which is aiming to end the child violence, rape and trafficking.
Excited to support @ChoraChoriUK @BigGive #ChristmasChallenge18 to raise ££ for their Child Rescue & Rehabilitation centre in Kathmandu and their continued grassroot fight against Nepalese child trafficking, violence and rape. pic.twitter.com/xPqZsoI8bh
— Amrita Acharia (@AmritaAcharia1) September 21, 2018
An official portal of Chorachori writes: ”We are excited to announce that Amrita Acharya will be supporting us in the year’s big give Christmas challenge. Through the challenge we are aiming to raise 80,000 pounds to centre.”
Amrita is probably best known for her role as ‘Irri’ in the award winning HBO series ‘Game of thrones’ and Norwegian crime drama ‘Acquitted’. She is also the leading character ‘Dr Ruby Walker’ in the ITV’s primetime medical drama ‘The Good Karma Hospital’.
Amrita will be making a long-overdue visit to Nepal over Christmas and New Year at Nepal.