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Samosa Chaat and Chat for the south Asian community

Posted by Olivia Phillips on 07 February 2023

Samosa Chaat and Chat for South Asian Community

Future Dreams Breast Cancer Charity has partnered with iconic skincare brand, Palmer’s, to provide support to those touched by breast cancer, focusing on the specific needs of the South Asian community.

Future Dreams and Palmer’s will work together to break down barriers, providing emotional and practical support to this community, which will include a programme of events and activities in line with their specific needs.

The first workshop, ‘Samosa Chaat & Chat’ will be held on 28th February at Future Dreams House.

It will be hosted by Dr Fharat Raja, Consultant Medical Oncologist and Jasdeep Gahir, Oncoplastic Breast and General Surgeon, both of whom have a great understanding and experience of the issues that people within the South Asian community face, following a breast cancer diagnosis. Chef and baker extraordinaire, Shabnam Russo, will be making Samosa Chaat and her own freshly brewed chai tea in the Dream kitchen for all to enjoy.

Sessions supported by Palmer’s will provide attendees with a non-clinical, friendly, safe, and nurturing environment to open up about their personal situation and the opportunity to form peer friendships whilst growing their support networks. Workshops will be held monthly and the subjects of each will be tailored to the needs and desires of those attending.  

To join this monthly meet up please book online.

*Please note this workshop is only for those touched by breast cancer in the South Asian community.


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