NGO Adopts School
In my very first blog, I had written how education is important to everybody, be it a boy or a girl, every person has the ‘Right to Education’.
Every kid deserves to read as many books as possible; every kid needs to express his or her own brilliant thoughts, ideas and reflecting them through the power of pen. It is a right of every child to explore what nature has to offer him. There are so many such children who cannot afford to buy books or pen and there are so many schools who cannot provide basic amenities to the students.
Understanding this issue, recently Global Women Power adopted a School in India.
On May 28, 2017 Global Women Power adopted the Government Middle School, (Gopalon Kotla in Fatehgarh Sahib district, Punjab, India) under its ‘Adarsh’ school project.
Alka Madan, founder of GWP made the announcement in a video message that was displayed to the students and faculty of this school. She announced that students of this school would be extended every possible help for their all-round development.
On behalf of Global Women Power, Dr Seema Chopra of PGI (Chandigarh, India) was present at this event as the chief guest. She pledged to provide uniforms, nutritious food including fruits to the students. Shoes and socks were distributed to the students on this occasion. Dr Chopra also presented a check of Rs 51,000 to the school. The head of the school Jaswinder Singh Cheema read out the achievements of the school and thanked GWP and Dr Chopra for the noble gesture.
Global Women Power is a non-profit organization which works in Bay Area, California and also across India. The main motto of our organization is to Educate, Enhance and Empower.