November 6, 2016 one comment chism Categories UncategorizedTags ,

When ‘I’ is replaced by ‘we’ even ‘illness’ becomes ‘wellness’.

As a social organization, as a mini society for young adults, schools cannot afford to cut off from society and just deal with books and grades all the time. We have a bigger responsibility as we nurture the decision-makers of tomorrow’s world. We must aim to inculcate the spirit of generosity, empathy and responsibility for common growth in the impressionable minds – the spirit of Ubuntu: how can I grow if we don’t grow.

Towards this end, we undertake regular movements to help out the lesser-privileged sections of our society by timely and relevant donations of food, clothing, school supplies and financial aid from time to time. Donation to the Asian Muslim Relief Fund (AMRA) in support of the January 2015 flood victims was one such initiative and was followed by many more similar movements in local schools and nearby villages, to support certain sections of the society.