Saturday, June 11, 2016

Aashayein and UMEED - Project of Indian Development Foundation

Team IDF is trying to bring the change in the childrens of different slums and rural areas through its project Aasahyein and UMEED.We are proud and happy to share that yes we brought the change in few lifes by supporting them in education for the Academic year 2015- 16 by supporting 207 kids with educational fees.All the childrens cleared successfully in their examination and now enrolled for the next academic year.We were happy to hear some testimonals from childrens themselves that how we helped them for their education.Feels Blessed to know that we could help them to make their future bright.
We are happy to share that this Academic year i.e 2016-2017 we have again supported this 207 childrens plus 93 more with the educational fees through UMEED and Books and Stationery through Aashayein for all of them .
11th June,2016 we have successfully issued the cheques for first 6 months at Malwani( Asia 2nd largest slum ara ) and promised to raise more funds and support them for next 6 months dear friends come and join hands with us and contribute Rs.1000 and support education kyuki PADHEGA INDIA TABHI TOH BADHEGA INDIA
Indian Development Foundation team conveys thanks to each one of them across who have helped us by contributing voluntery and monetary to make this help reach out to needy. Withoutout your support it was not possible at all.
Especial thanks to Tahir Khan ji for providing us the hall in free, Sanjay Parekh ji for providing Branded Protien Powder to make our childrens more healtheir, Ms..Jyoti Jhangiani for sponsering Umbrellas, Shashank Shetty for providing Stationery and Books, Team Oracle and all the other team members for supporting us voluntarily with full of energy and enthusiasm.
We also convey our thanks to all the media patners Saqib Times, Mumbai Global News, Zulm ke Khilaf Awaz, Raftar Hindustan ki, Shiv Pravah, Mumbai Earth News,News Group, Heart of Mumbai Newspaper and TIme News for supporting us through out year and covering the event and helping us to reach out the appeal to people.
Last but not the least BIG BIG thanks to Ashish Patil and Swapnil Jadhav for capturing all the Golden and Precious moment through their photography skills and support our cause.
JAi ho !!!!

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