Monday, November 30, 2009
Indian Development Foundation in collaboration with Vivek Education Society will be observing World AIDS Day 2009 on 1st December 2009 at Vivek College of Commerce, Goregaon (West), Mumbai.
NSS volunteers and youth from different colleges in Mumbai will take part in this event. Students will speak on the topic emphasising the need for `Leadership'' to `Stop AIDS''.
The event will start at 12 noon at the Bedrock Hall (4th Floor).
Mrs. Sangeeta Srivastava, Principal, Sardar Vallabhai Patel Vividlakshi Vidyalaya, Kandivali (W), Mumbai will be the Guest of Honour. Dr. Nandita Roy, Principal, Vivek College of Commerce - Mr. Suresh Nair, Principal, Vivek Vidyalaya & Jr. College will speak on the occasion. BEST SLOGAN - SKIT - PRESENTATION on AIDS will be awarded with special prizes.
Venue : Vivek College of Commerce, Goregaon (W) (Bedrock Hall - 4th Floor) Date : 1st December 2009 (Tuesday) Time : 12:15 to 1:15 PM
We cordially invite you to participate and support the movement in national interest. Awareness is the key. Join hands with Indian Development Foundation.
KNOW MORE FACTS ON HIV/AIDS....
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Khairapada, Boisar (Maharashtra) appreciated the work of Indian Development Foundation.
Presenting a donation cheque for sponsoring a child in IDF Bal Gurukul, Dr. Nagasundari invited IDF team to her school to address the students on social responsibility programmes.
Dr. ARK Pillai and Dr. Narayan Iyer thanked the Principal for her benevolence.
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
A single pack contains 12 Cards - 3 cards each of 4 designs and 12 envelopes too. Each card costs Rs.10/=, thus the packet price comes to Rs.120/=. IDF gives a special offer during this festive season by making it available for JUST Rs.100/=. Grab this offer and help the poor and the needy. This is the golden opportunity to serve people at large. Courier charges as per actuals will be charged extra.
Monday, November 23, 2009
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Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Students enthusiastically brought sarees, T-shirts, bedsheets, blankets and dress materials of daily use as part of their social responsibility to help the needy people and children in Raichur and Bijapur districts, said Prof. P. Thangadurai, NSS Co-ordinator.
Everyone from Vivek Vidyalaya and Degree College, including of the faculty members and the Alumni contributed to this endeavour, expressed Dr. Nandita Roy, Principal of the College. “What is old for us; is gold for them. We are confident of bringing smiles on many who are affected by the flood”, Dr. Roy said.
Mr. Suresh Nair, Principal of Vivek Vidyalaya & Jr. College appreciating students efforts to support the noble cause said, “Our students are always in the forefront to support social programmes initiated by Indian Development Foundation and we thank the team for giving us an opportunity to bring smiles on people who are far away from us”
Dr. Narayan Iyer, National Co-ordinator, IDF congratulating the students and the volunteers said, “It is a great act of kindness shown by the students and volunteers who pioneered to render immediate help to the victims”. Vivek volunteers have been participating in several such relief programmes in the past including tsunami, earthquake and Mumbai deluge, Dr. Iyer added.
Youth of these days are socially inclined to participate in relief programmes and our friends did their best in mobilizing goods for the needy persons, expressed NSS volunteers Sonia, Melvyn, Narayan, Priscilla, Jayanti, Jebastin and others as they appreciated the work done by the college youth and the young school children.
Mr. Umesh Prasanna, Development Officer of Indian Development Foundation will co-ordinate with Rev. Fr. Eric S.J. of Centre for Non Formal and Continuing Education, Loyola School at Raichur and Rev. Fr. Gerold D’souza of Loyola School at Bijapur in distributing the materials to the needy persons in the respective districts.
VRL Logistics provided reduced rates in transporting relief materials to Raichur and Bijapur.
IDF team thank Mr. Shailendra Gaharwar, Director of the school and the students for participating in leprosy/ TB awareness programme and resource mobilisation drive.
Master Jalaj Chandaliya from class V has been participating IDF's social responsibility programmes and stood as the peak performer a couple of times.
Dr. Narayan B. Iyer, National Co-ordinator, IDF invited Master Jalaj to become the IDF Young Social Ambassador in Ratlam.
Jalaj will be the first Young Social Ambassador of IDF in Madhya Pradesh.
Thursday, November 5, 2009
IDF team explained in detail the humanitarian programmes carried out by the Foundation during the past 26 years and exhorted the Council members to take part in the ongoing social initiatives. "HVC team will be participating in a couple of projects of IDF, particularly children support programme and environmental projects", said Mr.Jayakumar.
IDF team expresses its sincere thanks to Halliburton, Mumbai team for providing an opportunity to bring smiles on many lives.
Being good is commendable, but only when it is combined with doing good.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
B-Schools have the option to choose Corporate Social Responsibility as one of their subjects in the curriculum. The second batch of Mangement students of Saraswati College once again aligned with Indian Development Foundation, a leading national NGO working for health, education and rural development to take them into the pathway of social responsibility programmes.