Kuldip S Attalia
Born and raised in Kenya, Kuldip, an accomplished computer operator, cook, electrician and much,much more, has for more than twenty years volunteered his skills and expertise to a number of local charities and voluntary organisations in the UK.
Since 2003, he,along with his family have actively participated and supported all Polio Children’s major fund raising events with unbounded compassion.
In 1984 Kuldip set up the floating “Attalia Trophy” designed to encourage students to raise funds for the disadvantaged
He brings on board, his unwavering enthusiasm to assist those less fortunate children whose lives have been devastated by polio.
Sadly Kuldip passed away on 28th December 2011…he will be sorely missed.
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Kuldip held Polio Children to his heart right upto his tragic demise and had requested that instead of flowers etc. monies should be donated to Polio Children.
His family, friends and well wishers raised a staggering £1339 at his funeral.
“Kuldip’s wife Gurprit handing over the collection box to Arun Patel, Polio Children chairman.”