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Bombay Bunts Association Youthwing - Visit to Vijay Ashram Vikroli East

Published On : 27 Mar 2018   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai: The Bombay Bunts Youthwing organised a reach out program for the less privileged 70 orphan children (1 year – 21 yr) and 35 dying destitute in their shelter homes and ashram at the Good Samaritan Mission Charitable Trust, Tagor Nagar,Vikroli East on Sunday 25th of March, 2018. The mission of the trust headed by Fr. Peter has been to prevent and eradicate child labor, child abuse and protection of children rights, uplift the downtrodden with the cooperation of the community, government-allied departments, and Line NGOs.

The Youthwing had various interactive sessions as they hosted a magic show, antakshari, interactive games and dance which was followed by a cake cutting session.The children of the orphanage gave a marvellous dance performance for the visiting members of the youthwing .The dinner was organised by the Youthwing for all children and destitutes in the ashram.

Various items that would help the orphanage for more than a month supply such as clothes,chocolates,eatables, toiletries and other useful items were collected by the Bombay Bunts Association Youthwing from friends ,families and well wishers were donated. Toys were distributed amongst all the kids.

The event was organised in the presence of BBA Youthwing Chairman Charan R Shetty,Vice Chairman Shashikant Rai, Secretary Smruthi Shetty, Treasurer Dhananjay Shetty, Joint Secretary Rajeev Shetty , Joint Treasurer Nishaan Shetty and committee members. The event was attended by BBA Youthwing Ex chairperson Nivedita Shetty and Thane Bunts Youthwing Ex chairperson Priyanka Shetty.

In line with the many activities undertaken in the past by the Youthwing, they are determined to organize such outreach social awareness programmes for the youth of our community, as these programmes bring about some positivity’s, one of which is raising awareness amongst the youth through such events. Another is that it also serves as a reminder that we need to be active in social causes and continue to engage the community in doing the same.

It was a great sight to see Humanity in action without boundaries and selflessness. With everyone's support, the event will surely raise uncompensated care towards these children and destitutes, which ensures everyone is cared regardless of caste or religion. The contribution is going to serve the purpose of making a remarkable difference to this society and revive the fact that Humanity still exists which our beloved community has propagated and practiced.

The Youthwing would like to thank all those donors who have directly or indirectly contributed towards this event and a big hearty thank you to the volunteers who made this a successful event.







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