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During a virtual run you can complete any given target distance at your own pace, time and location! The purpose for this run is to support children’s education in your area, with your help. We challenge every one of our participants to do at least 50 kilometers within a month, but you can choose to cover as much distance as you feel comfortable/suitable. Don’t want to run, or want some variation? You can mix things up with a walk, jog, swim, cycle or wheel outdoors or even indoors (i.e. treadmill).

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Once you have completed your targeted distance, please submit your completion with a photo (if possible) to info@enlightkids.ca and we will send you your achievement certificate!

Remember to stay safe, have fun, be active, and keep us in mind for future events!


 

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Jagaran Reporter, Ambala City

Under the umbrella of a program “A step towards bright educated future”, an event was organized on Sunday for financially helping underprivileged children. This event was jointly hosted by District Youth Development Organization (DYDO) and “Enlight Life of Kids in Need”, Canada.

Approximately 230 students from Government schools in the district attended this event where Canadian non-profit organization had a dialogue with them.

This event was attended by the founder and chairman of “Enlight Life of Kids in Need”, Mr. Narinder Bains. Retired Air Commander Mr. Ujagar Singh, Ex-Sarpanch Mr. Baljit Singh, Mr. Jatinder Bains, and lawyer Mr. Inderjit Gill were also present as chief guests.

The event was presided by District Youth Development Organization’s head Mr. Tarun Kaushal. Among the present were DYDO’s treasurer Mr. Gurdev Singh, DYDO’s women chapter’s president Ms. Radhika Cheema, house cleaning service covid, Childline director Dr. Pratibha Singh, Senior vice-president Sardar Jagmohan Singh, Dr. Ranjit Singh, Childline coordinator Sujata Saini, councilor Ajay Tiwari, and members Priyanshi, Neeraj, Gajendra, Aman, Manju and Rekha.

 

Canadian Organization adopted 68 children in 2018

This year both organizations together have decided to adopt 100 children for providing them education and supporting them up to secondary level. It is appropriate to mention that these organizations supported 68 children for education last year Emerald Carpet Cleaning. These children study in government schools and include students from grade 9 to grade 12. This organization provided students with school bags and books along with bearing other educational expenses.

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