Diwali Presents

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FOR SLUM & STREET CHILDREN

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Happy Children's Day

, Mapusa, Goa
Happy Children's Day in India
Happy Children's Day in India

Happy Children's day to all our children and children accross India. May your day be filled with happiness, laughter and Love.

"Children's Day is celebrated across India to increase awareness of the rights, care and education of children. It is celebrated on 14 November every year as a tribute to India's First Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. Fondly known as Chacha Nehru among children, he advocated for children to have fulfilled education. Nehru considered children as real strength of a nation and foundation of society."

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Happy Diwali

, Mapusa, Goa

Yes, we are a little early still for Diwali, but we like to make sure the children get all their goodies well in time so they can celebrate Diwali without having to worry about the basics. This year we have (so far) filled 150 bags for the children and expect to fill another 20 for another group of children that we help.

The bags which have all been stitched from upcycled shirts, jeans and donated cloth contain a great selection of essential items (Rice, Flour, Dal, Sugar, Poha (Beaten Rice), Sunflower Oil, Salt, Chilli Powder, Turmeric Powder, Garam Masala, Tea Powder, Ginger and Garlic Paste, 2 Packs of Biscuits, Soap, Shampoo, Toothpaste and I forgot to add to the photos, the mosquito protection and The Face masks which were also included.

Each bag was stitched at the centre (Thanks Budhmati and Amina) and then filled a few days ago through our systematic production line (thanks to Lila, Amina and Kids). We have started giving them out and will hopefully post a few photos in the next few days.

Thank you to everyone who helped, Penny and the girls, Cash and Carry Mapusa and everyone for the continued support!

All Smiles With Diwali Bag
Brother And Sister
Diwali Donations
Holding Onto_diwali Bag
Looking Cool
Lots Of Hand Made Diwali Bags
Tall Boy
Thanks For Donating Diwali Items
Upcycling Diwali Bags

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