The Vinod & Saryu Doshi Foundation - page 9

COMMUNITY
Student from Children in Progress
(CHIP) — an NGO partner of the Vinod
& Saryu Doshi Foundation
Chara Chhavani
Donated food grains to 1,200 draught-affected villagers
of the Satara district of Maharashtra.
22 villages were helped from this initiative.
Make-a-Wish Foundation
Partnered with Make-A-Wish Foundation to bring
smiles to children with life-threatening medical
conditions.
National association of
disabled’s enterprises
Supported the National Association of Disabled’s
Enterprises, Mumbai (NADE) in their effort to set-up a
‘Readymade Garments Making Project’.
Environmental Film
The Foundation partnered with Conservation Act Trust
(CAT) to fund a documentary on the environment.
Seva Sadan Society
Funded an education and skill development
programme for girls from Mumbai’s underprivileged
society in partnership with the Seva Sadan Society.
Happy Home and School for
the Blind
4 music scholarships for the institute’s
visually impaired children conducted by the
Furtado School of Music Education.
Atul Kasbe, a beneficary of our programme with Happy
Home and School for the Blind, training on the drums
Students from a
Municipal school at
our English reading
programme organised
by Children in Progress
“One day I will be a professional basketball player”
mohammed
shan
,
five
-
year
-
old participant at a chip
summer camp
supported by
the vinod
&
saryu doshi
foundation
Children in Progress (CHIP)
5-year partnership with CHIP, Mumbai — an NGO
working with the city’s underprivileged municipal
schoolchildren.
Funded theatre and art programmes, computer classes
and judo workshops for more than 500
balwadi
children in an after-school programme.
300 children benefitted from Diwali and summer camps
supported by the Foundation that included dance,
yoga, basketball, origami, women empowerment and
painting workshops among others.
Other initiatives in partnership with the NGO — book
donations, English reading programmes, industry
exposure and career fairs.
“We have several exceptionally talented children, who will benefit
enormously from this training. The eternal cliché that music is a
universal language has special meaning for them.”
meher banaji
,
director
,
happy home and
school
for
the blind
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