it is important to teach our children to give back to the community. There are people who touch our lives in different ways each day and to appreciate their efforts; like every year we celebrated the ‘Sewa Day’ on Wednesday, 18 May 2022 in the Special Assembly. ‘Sewa’ as a concept has a deep rooted belief in every society, ‘Sewa’ involves selfless service. It is performed without any expectation of result or award and without any ulterior motive. All it requires is the commitment to do something good for another person.
Children got an opportunity to do something positive and make a meaningful difference in the life of our Support Staff. Our support staff helps the children in numerous ways, from the time they step out of the house until the time they return home. They love them, care for them and protect them. ‘Sewa’ day was one opportunity to thank them all for their endless support to us