Updates on collection : We have received and collected some clothes for the event described below already! Thanks to the contributors so far.. Please keep them coming, please help us in spreading the word.. please share this post as much as you can ! Thank you!

boy securing a blanket at such a camp for winter

As the winter is approaching soon, after the success of the very first event in distributing stationery items for kids check out pics of event, this time we are organizing an event to collect and distribute blankets/warm clothes/ food, etc. to the underprivileged people on the streets of Ahmedabad.  It is of no surprise to us, that there are people in need of these basic necessities of keeping themselves warm in winter. Let’s once again join forces and contribute as much/little as we can and help people to have warmth this winter!

The distribution of clothes etc. would take place on Sunday, 23 December 2012. Before this day, we want to gather as many resources/ garments as possible from you people. So if you have unused/ old stuff that you want to get rid of, please contact us and we would come to you and collect the stuff from you. Please call Ketan Raval on + 91 90996 05091.

Apart from this, if you think you can offer any manpower in volunteering any sort of work for the same good cause, please get in touch with Ketan. We need more helping hands… the More the Merrier!

We are open to any kind of suggestions, if you have any. Please feel free to approach for any queries you have. Let’s make it happen once again. Thank you!

(image courtesy: http://www.foodrelief.org)

Last week, on 11th of October, UN announced it to be the international girl child day. The focus is to strengthen the possibilities of female children’s right to education, well being, protection and guidance as and when needed.

This effort makes sense, around the same time when a pakistani teenage girl advocating girls’ education was shot fatally by taliban gunmen. She is stable but unconscious yet! And the gunmen are yet to be arrested.

On the other hand, we hear/ read news almost everyday about the never ending chain of rape and gang-rape cases, specially in India. Well, Haryana has recorded around 60 rape cases per month in 2011, statistics say. Then the khap panchayat had made a suggestion earlier of reducing the age for girls for marriage, even younger than 18 years – the official marriageable age!! And they had to say, that this is how it was done in Mughals’ era to honor women! (well, food for thought!)

We know it’s not the case with just Haryana. MP, Delhi, Assam, etc. they are competitors when it comes to rape cases, just to name a few. The numbers have been increasing dramatically in last few years than never before.

On the same note, India has been declared as one of the leading countries in practicing child marriages. Well, almost 50% of the marriages are recorded as under-age marriages. And to our surprise, in this developing world, where awareness to these social issues is being induced by different NGOs or some government events, from the statistics point of view, the numbers are only going to increase for child marriages!!

One of the very strong points to mention here is the social pressure that the females undergo in cases of rape or forced child marriages. In hisar gang rape case, the father of the 16 year old female committed suicide. possibility of rise of such situations also don’t let the sexually assaulted females to come out in public and report their complaints.

Well, as of now the only solution is to try to grow and spread awareness about women’s and girls’ rights as much as possible. If you come across or hear about some violence against females, rather than avoiding the issue as some news, you could try to help them, support them, or whatever little contribution you can afford, would be of great help to society in general!

Please pen down your opinion / suggestions about this. We would be glad to hear from many of you!

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Today’s Indian youth is becoming so powerful to support their own ventures and obtain great success in different fields, with their expertise and enthusiasm. But if you get something from the society, we should not forget to give something back as well!


We believe in “baby steps” and  are joining forces to contribute something to one of many challenges in today’s India which is Literacy. We are hosting a campaign to support the basic necessities of schooling for the under-privileged kids (age: 6 to 15) , such as uniforms/ clothing, stationery items like textbooks, writing pads, pens, etc.

Our first such event is going to take place in Ahmedabad on Oct 27th, 2012. Till then, we urge you to pass on this flyer to as many people as possible, who could contribute with their donations, or providing the used textbooks, or provide the other stationery items, or any other suggestions or way of helping this happen will be appreciated. Every rupee counts.

This is just a start, we hope that more and more people join our little social activity, help in making it a huge success, and we look forward to host many of these events in future with your support! Thanks a lot already!

The details of how to reach us / make suggestions / get involved in it / what we are looking for, is listed below:

  • We are looking for Volunteers…
  • We are looking for Donations ..
  • We are looking for notebooks, pens , pencils, notepads, erasers, sharpeners
  • we are looking for smiles 🙂

Please Connect with Ketan Raval, Dipali Thakkar, Amit Panchal for this event.. if you want to contact us directly, Please call us on +91-9099605091

Next Steps

We promise to come up with more such events & workshops…We are planning already for:

  • Free Training for Under Privileged Adults
  • Crowd Library Project ( We are very much excited about this)
  • Charity Workshops

Also, We are planning for distributing blankets to people/kids who have to spend their winter on footpaths! Details to come soon..

P.S.: Check the comments as well..