Dwarka: The Community Outreach Program team of (NK Bagrodia Public School Sector 4, Dwarka) organized the woollen clothes distribution camp at Sector 3, JJ Cluster on the occasion of Christmas. The event was organised jointly by the school and ‘Choti Si Khusi’, an NGO of the area working in the same cluster.
On the occasion, the chief guest of honour was newly elected councillor of the area, Ram Niwas Gehlot. The pivotal person behind ‘Choti Si Khushi’ and social worker Namita Choudhary and the head of the school Anjali Kharbanda were also present. All the three dignitaries distributed the clothes to the needy people there.
Kids from the school performed various activities in that community to create a bind with the children there. Dance, drama, carol singing etc were some of the highlights of the event.
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Head of the NK Bagrodia Public School, Anjali Kharbanda says, “Our kids shared little joyful things that they would love to receive —woollen clothes, toys, stationery etc.”
She further adds, “Donating can be such a wonderful way to share the blessings with the children who are deprived of such privileges in life. All the donations are given to the lesser privileged children in the slum that we support throughout the year. It was a memorable day for the children. With open hearts young Bagrodians distributed goodies and spread the magic of kindness all around.”
Namita Chaudhary says, “This was a noble initiative taken by the school and we as an NGO supported for the cause. We are grateful that the school came forward for the needy people. I am thankful to Anjali Kharbanda and also the area councillor who actively participated in the event.”