Distribution of Notebooks and Stationery Material among 1000+ less fortunate students
Students are back to school with UMANG
Umang Team has personally thanked to each of the school teachers who has visited each student's home to make sure 100% attendance on the day. This was Umang Foundation’s 153rd activity of distributing of Notebooks and Stationery Material among 1000+ less fortunate students.
Umang Team also thanked Mr Sharad from Kalyan Childlin and volunteers of 'Kalyan Childline' who have helped to identify correct students in this school of Ulhasnagar (W).
The event kick started with much fervor by founder Ashish Goyal, who enthralled hoards of students with his fun energy and enthusiasm. Appreciation was the key word here, as team Umang congratulated the toppers from each class with flowers. The drive consisted of Umang Foundations dynamic members distributing books and stationery items, and entertaining school students from nearby slum area.
With much anticipation and excitement, Umang Foundation’s 153rd event was a success. But the event just did not end here. More than 1000 students and pupils were in full attendance to experience 50 trees being planted at the school campus for a green and clean environment. Students, teachers and volunteers together helped plant Ashoka trees, Almond trees and Neem trees.
“Umang Foundation is a boon for us. We feel privileged to have such a highly positioned people in our premises today and deeply thankful to this young team for bringing smiles on the face of our students,” exclaimed Gokul T Pawar, Principal, Matoshri Ramabai Ambedkar Vidhyalaya, Ulhasnagar - 3.
“We could not think of a better way to begin our new academic year. We love the quality of the books and the stationery. This will certainly make our studies much more interesting and will act as impetus for us to do better,” said Savita Rambhau Gore (15 years), Student, Matoshri Ramabai Ambedkar Vidhyalaya, Ulhasnagar - 3.
“The parents of these students are extremely poor. They cannot even afford to give them basic necessities hence most school children end up working at a very small age. In spite of our efforts many students quit studying. But, initiatives like this will inspire students and help them realize the value of education. Umang Foundation - Promote Education initiative is a stepping stone in the future of education,” asserts Jitendra Barhate, Teacher, Amrapali Vidhyalaya.
Umang Foundation has continued its efforts to promote education among underprivileged children by initiating such events so as to support students who cannot afford basic school necessities. “It was a pleasant surprise to watch students display an innocent smile across their face. It was the feel-good factor that makes initiatives like these worthwhile. We at Umang Foundation have various such plans in the near future and for which we are thankful to all those people who have supported us,” explains Ashish Goyal, founder, Umang Foundation.
1. Akshay Bapat
2. Ashish Goyal
3. Bhakti Dharod
4. Bhavik Parikh
5. Chetan Karkhanis
6. Kamal Navani
7. Pallavi Borkar
8. Pooja Agarwal
10. R S Goyal
11. Raghu Iyer
12. Rahul Gupta
13. Ridhi Sheth
14. Roli Sharma
15. Sneha Nagaonkar
16. Swati Jagtap
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Photographs by : Chetan Karkhanis
Editorial by : Pallavi Borkar