Help Us Raise Funds to Help 300 Government School Children Learn Life Skills

Rs. 19,200 raised

32%

Goal: Rs. 60,000

Payment Options: Debit/Credit Card, Netbanking, UPI, Other Wallets

Campaign Organizer:

Khushi Agarwal, Maitrayee Kundu, Suhaani Roy | Oct 4, 2019 | Bangalore, India

Beneficiary Organization:

Better Plus Education, a registered non-profit organization under Section 12A of the Income Tax Act 1961.

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Our Story

Who are we and what are we doing?
We are Khushi Agarwal, Maitrayee Kundu and Suhaani Roy, students from National Public School, Koramangala, Bangalore, currently studying in 6th standard, and we have started our initiative called “Edusaviors” to raise funds for an organization that teaches life skills to kids in government schools in Bangalore. So far, they have impacted the lives of more than 13,400 students from low-income communities.

Why are we raising the funds?
The country lies in the hands of the future generations, but if they are not educated, then there may be trouble. We study in private schools, and we have loads of opportunities to have an all rounded development. However, that is not the case for most government school children, where the opportunities are limited. So we decided we should help them. We identified an NGO called Better Plus Education, which runs a life skills program in government schools to teach the skills of empathy, creativity, problem-solving and leadership to these children. Currently, they are short of Rs. 60,000 to continue their operations in 3 schools, each with approximately 100 kids, and we have decided to help them by collecting funds for them through our initiative “Edusaviors”. The funds will be used to buy workbooks for children, other supporting materials for conducting life skills sessions, as well as operational costs for volunteer training and management. We are trying our best to raise funds for them, and we urge you to help us achieve our goal.

About the NGO Better Plus Education:
Better Plus Education is a registered Trust (NGO) that teaches life skills to children in government schools in Bangalore. It is registered under Section 12A of the Income Tax Act 1961, follows all financial regulations set forth for non-profits by the Government of India, and is audited annually by Ratna Ravikumar B. Chartered Accountant.

Volunteer teacher interacting with the students and encouraging them to share their emotions and feelings to develop social-emotional learning.
Students interviewing each other and learning the skill of communication.
Students learning the skill of creativity by learning the concept of angles using the classroom door.

Recent Supporters:

Joydeep Ghosh donated Rs. 1,000
“Please meet your stated goals. All the best.”

Shivani Agarwal donated Rs. 1,000

Subashini Ramaswamy donated Rs. 2,500
“To learn is one, to enable to learn is another but to provide the opportunity to learn is the most essential. So wonderful to see these initiative early in life.”

Sonali Roy donated Rs. 1,000

“Very proud of you, girls!👍

Aparna donated Rs. 1,000
“Nice gesture by the kids. All the best to you.”

Arya Suraj donated Rs. 500
“All the best Suhani!”

Rituparn Bakshi donated Rs. 1,000

Sarah Chatterjee donated Rs. 500

Sudeshna Chakravarty donated Rs. 200
“I really hope this little contribution can add a little sand grain to your huge project in a positive way. All the best.”

Shourya Roy donated Rs. 600
“Best of luck, girls!”

Shobhit Agarwal donated Rs. 500
“All the best”

Naveen Bakshi donated Rs. 2,000

Abira Roy donated Rs. 200
“Keep up the good work :)”

Priyabrata Kundu donated Rs. 1,000
“Great initiative God bless you”

Deepthi donated Rs. 300

“Good initiative!”

Shikha Mathur donated Rs. 500

Sudarshana Roy Chowdhury donated Rs. 500

Shweta Gupta donated Rs. 300

Khushboo Baldwa donated Rs. 500
“You are doing a great job”

Ranjeeta Ghosh donated Rs. 500
“Proud of you dear changemakers, keep up and pass on the torch of life skill education to all, much needed. A thoughtful citizen will make a strong country. We look up to you!”

Anik Roy donated Rs. 100
“I’ll donate more next month”

Sneho Roy donated Rs. 500
“All the best, Di!

Madhulina Basu donated Rs. 500

Navin Agrawal donated Rs. 500
“All the best Khushi and team”

Supriya Sehgal donated Rs. 1,000
“Great start. Good luck in this endeavour”

Kashvi Pathania donated Rs. 500
“Khushi, Suhaani and Maitrayee – I wish you all the best!”

Rajesh Gopinath donated Rs. 500
“All the best”

 

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