Five Nagpur teenagers have joined hands to raise funds for children at Shradhanand Anathalaya situated in Shraddhanandpeth in Nagpur. In an initiative by Tulip Art Foundation and the orphanage, the teenagers – Surbhi Mukherjee, Saurav Mukherjee, Iha Buty, Karl Hansotia and Aditya Chheda – have organized a special online event called – Guldasta – on July 2, 7 pm onwards, for the children of the orphanage.
As part of the event, the teenagers have recorded their videos while singing, beat boxing, dancing, etc. These videos along with performance videos of children at the orphanage have been complied into a one hour video program. This program will be shown on a projector at the orphange and will also be broadcasted on Shradhanand Anathalaya’s Facebook page on July 2.
Geetanjali Buty, Secretary, Shradhanand Anathalaya, said: “It is admirable that these teenagers are conscious towards social responsibility at such a young age. Children at orphanages too deserve to have a safe and bright future. This event is truly unique for raising funds for the future of our children while providing a platform for their skills.
People who wish to donate for the children at the orphanage can witness the event live and donate money for the same. The funds received will be used for the future of the children at the orphanage.
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