Thursday, September 15, 2016

Tharuni launched 'Cycle to School' Project at Hyderabad on 13-09-2016

Tharuni Founder Dr. Mamatha Raghuveer and Lata Jain, Senior Journalist initiated the 'Cycle to School' Project to empower and educate the girl children. The girls can have more mobility and freedom with safety and keeps them healthy in their adolescent age, with Cycling. Further the drop out rate of girls from schools will come down.So Tharuni requested donors from the public to contribute for the fund raising campaign, few months back, for which there is good response.In this context Jayceerette Wing (JCI), Banjara Hyderabad, while celebrating 'Joy of Giving Week', donated three cycles to the poor students studying in the ZPHS school, Champapet. The girls are also attending 'Tharuni Gurukul'  a special concept school, improving their life skills for many hundreds of poor children. Dr. Hemalatha Devi who coordinates the Gurukul and also as Director of 'Tharuni' in collaboration with JCI launched the 'Cycle to School' Program on 13th September 2016. JCRT Chair Person Reema Mehta, Secretary Deepsree Sarda, Treasurer Preeti Desoi, Lata Jain, Dr. Mamatha Raghuveer graced the occasion.The local community people, parents and children gathered and appreciated this initiative.
Hope if more people come forward to contribute to this project Tharuni is planning to extend this facility to rural girl children in near future. Tharuni  Hyderabad Account Number can be noted from the Website. Few Non Resident Indians have also came forward to donate for this social cause. Tharuni Face Book also acknowledging the amounts with gratitude.If the donors send their address , Tharuni sends acknowledgement receipts, which comes under IT exemption.
Tharuni hopes that Govt. of India and our State Governments
come forward to initiate and extend this project to all the girls studying from 6th Standard in Govt. schools.It ensures gender equality and safety,and self confidence for Girls.
 So please join 'Tharuni Swechcha'  to empower the Girl Children.

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