Support Eye Research
The World Shirdi Sai Baba Organisation is holding a fundraising luncheon in support of National Eye Research Centre at Dans le Noir restaurant in London on Sunday 23 November 2014.
World Shirdi Sai Baba Organisation (WSSBO UK) is a charitable society (Charity No:1142795) engaged in spreading the Sai movement in the UK.
The main objectives of the WSSBO (UK) are as follows:
Make a meaningful contribution to the welfare of society in accordance with the teachings of Shirdi Sai Baba
Spreading Shirdi Sai Baba's teachings and messages in order to help people in their spiritual quest.
Assist and support wherever possible for needy people with their basic necessities.
To shape and nurture aspirations - ideals and righteous conduct of individuals, especially young ones and generations to come.
WSSBO (UK) is undertaking several projects for the betterment of society and one amongst those projects is SAI NETRAM which is aiming at filling light in the lives of some blind people. So as part of this project we are raising funds and working with National Eye Research Centre
Besides campaigning for National Eye Research Centre, the organisation is also organising an event to experience complete darkness while having lunch guided and served by blind people. It is a unique experience which will change your view of the world and appreciate your sensory vision. The event is scheduled for 23 November 2014 from 12.30pm - 2.30pm at Dans le Noir restaurant in Clerkenwell, London.
Dans Le Noir is a chain of restaurants where guests are served in total darkness. The London location is featured in a key scene in the 2013 movie 'About Time'.
Dans Le Noir claims that through limiting the sense of sight, other senses are intensified. Diners at Dans Le Noir have little knowledge of the entrées, appetizers, desserts, and wine choice of their meal, which is primarily inspired by French cuisine. Diners are served by either blind or visually impaired waiters and a percentage of the profits of the restaurants fund research on visual disabilities.
If you are interested in joining us please email your details to
to reserve your seat.