Turtles can fly – commemorating the 500+ children who started school


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In 2015, Whitefield Rising volunteers joined hands with Samridhdhi Trust to run a Bridge School for children of construction workers in Nallurahalli area of Whitefield. Rotary and various companies contributed to the cause. Meanwhile, many students who went through various bridge schools run by Samridhdhi Trust in Bengaluru have passed recently held board exam with flying colours.  

The Bangalore Effective Education Task Force (BEETF) Annual Day is organised to celebrate the achievement of our students and BEETF for bridging the gap in education and admitting 500+ ultra-poor, out-of-school-children to mainstream formal schools in the year 2015-2016. 

Date: 28th May 2016.
Time: 10:45 am – 1:30 pm
Venue: MLR Convention Hall, Whitefield
Expected Guests : 500 children, 400 parents, 100 guests and Staff Team

RSVP: uttambanerjee@samridhdhi.org


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About Pravir Bagrodia 13 Articles
Pravir Bagrodia has spent 27 years as reporter, editor and team lead in the fields of media, publishing, printing and eLearning. He has volunteered for Whitefield Rising since its inception.