In collaboration with Vivekananda Education Trust, distributions of 100 food and essential kits were successfully conducted for underprivileged families in the Hyderabad region in India.
We are appreciative of Vivekananda Educational Trust for taking the lead in the initiative!
“Thanks you Enlight Life of Kids in Need for their participation in helping the poor people. I also take this opportunity to thank you all who have supported me directly and indirectly to do this task.”
Ajay Kumar, Trust President
With your generous donations, we were able to raise enough funds to donate 1000 medical masks to William Osler Health System for our frontline workers. We really appreciate your support for our heroes!
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We also give a major shout out to Ujagar Singh, Daljeet Kaur and Baljit Bains for organizing volunteers to deliver groceries to elderly and vulnerable citizens in villages of the Ambala region in India, in association with @zyvsanghthan.
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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, 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. 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.
Helping unprivileged kids get education around the globe. For the second season, this event is organized to spread awareness and raise funds to send as many unfortunate kids as possible to school around the globe without any discrimination.
The Event has concluded!
On behalf of Enlight Life of Kids in Need, we thank everyone from bottom of our hearts for the support, enthusiasm and turn out at our Second Annual Run for Education. A special shout-out to all our participants, volunteers, sponsors, and uplifting crowd; we couldn’t do what we do without all your support!
Helping unprivileged kids get education around the globe. This event is organized to spread awareness and raise funds to send as many unfortunate kids as possible to school around the globe without any discrimination.
Event has successfully completed!
On behalf of the Enlight Life of Kids in Need, thank you for attending and supporting our 1st Annual Run for Education on Saturday July 21, 2018. With your generous giving, Enlight can bring education to underprivileged children wherever needed.
Enlight Kids based in Mississauga, Canada, a well-known non-profit that has invested thousands into projects to help underserved populations in India, is working with the Indian non-governmental organization, Zila Yuva Vikas Sanghathan (ZYVS), to implement a core program for child protection & education since May 2017. Representatives of the two organizations are raising awareness in Noth America about the success achieved in helping the most vulnerable children in various parts of India, complete their education.
“Our vision is to provide for 10,000 underprivileged children. This itself is a mammoth task.”
Enlight Kids has been carrying out & currently supports 500 children, of which, a little more than 250 are also supported by ZYVS. Enlight Kids hopes to raise this number by 1,000 students each year.
In India, it is estimated that more than 300 million school-age children from rural and tribal areas face difficult socio-economic conditions and very poor educational infrastructure, resulting in high drop-out rates, ZYVS said in a press release. Estimates show that about 40% of the school children do not go beyond grade 8, which led ZYVS to partner with Enlight Kids by supporting more than 650 of its students every year.