Audrey Hepburn's 'Tiffany's' Dress Funds Educational Centers In India
The first of 15 planned centers will be built in Bengal and is set to open later this month. It is hoped the scheme will help teach English to underprivileged children through computer training and audio aids.
French writer Dominique Lapierre, who established City of Joy Aid, was originally given the dress by designer Hubert De Givenchy before selling it to raise money for the charity, which provides clinics, schools, and hospital boats in poor areas of India.
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