February 2, 2017

Brooke sends a girl to school

It is such a pleasure for us to share with you the stories of our little heroes from around the world who would go out of their way to help another girl get an education. One such example is set by Brooke, an 11 year old from Canada, who auctioned hockey tickets that she donated, and managed to raise 1000 USD. She donate this money to Food for Life Vrindavan towards the education of a girl. The amount is enough to cover the education and supplies for a girl at SMS for almost two year. Dear Brooke, we want to tell you this, you are a hero and we are so proud to know you. You are such an inspiration to other girls and also our school girls here at Sandipani Muni School. Thank you very much, and we hope to meet you one day. Regards FFLV Team
February 2, 2017

The Joy of Giving is Magical!

Dear Friends, Another successful festival, thanks to you all! This year we reached our funding goals of distributing 5,500 gifts matching our gifting goal of last year! In this three day festival, on 25th, 27th and 29th of January 2017, we went out to distribute gifts but what we got in return was priceless. The happiness and excitement, eagerly waiting eyes, restless chitter chatter, the precious smiles was all so beautiful to watch. The children wait every year for this festival, because they know that there are people in this world who care to make their new year a special one too. Every year we celebrate giving and organise this festival around New Year to gift a smile to those that are left behind in the society. While we all celebrate New Year with our families and make them feel special, your little contribution of $6 makes sure that someone […]
February 2, 2017

India’s 68th Republic Day

On the 26th of January, 2017 the children of Sandipani Muni School, along with the rest of the country, celebrated India’s 68th Republic day. The children were so excited, some had the tricolor painted on their cheek while others carried it in their hand. So many colorful performances were given by the girls. Some were meant as a tribute to the soldiers of India, while others were portraying the beauty of different cultures. Also some performances raised issues of women safety in a free and developing India. Republic Day honors the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect on 26 January 1950. Our school kids very well understand its importance and thus express their respect for it every year.