Regular Food Drives
“These kids didn’t know what a dosa is. When we gave them dosa they asked “Madam what is this” that’s how much poverty is penetrated in the society. These kids love Manchurian and pao bhaji the most. “
Regular Medical Check-Up
Students are provided with multivitamin tablets for any deficiencies. Dr. Girish Shrivastava who is an allopathy doctor does their check ups too.
They are also provided with sweaters, blankets, shoes, sandals, caps, socks and slippers during the winters. Sinchan also provides their families with groceries, toiletries including bucket-tumbler, skin essentials like soap, lotion and vicks so they don’t catch cold.
On occasions like Diwali, Sinchan distributed new clothes, sweets and firecrackers to make their festival happier; on holi they were given colors, khajoor- peanuts, waterguns; on uttrayan- kite and threads; on Navratri- Sinchan organized garba on the footpath itself.
The shiv-parvati vrat popularly known as Aluna Vrat for girls was celebrated by distributing dry fruits and ice creams for their fasts.
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