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ANNUAL REPORT 2015 -2016

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Registered office: Ashwini Charitable Trust No.450, 7th Main, 2nd Cross HAL 2nd Stage, Bangalore – 560008, Karnataka INDIA Phone: +91 80 40924050 E-mail: act.trust@gmail.com www.ashwinitrust.org

Every Small Step leads to better and bigger Achievements ASHWINI CHARITABLE TRUST www.ashwinitrust.org


TRUST COMES WITH A LOT OF HOPE AND RESPONSIBILITY Name

Position on Board

Occupation

Area Of Competence

Sujata Mukherjee

Managing Trustee

Social Worker

Operations

Dr.J Bhavani Ramesh

Secretary

Family Counsellor

Counselling

Priyanktha Iyengar

Treasurer

Fashion Designer

Design

Radhika Arvindam

Trustee

Social Worker

Fund Raising

Aarthi Muralidharan

Trustee

Educational Specialist

Educational Strategy

Dr. Hemlatha

Trustee

Paediatric Surgeon

Healthcare

Shobha Jaidev

Trustee

Homeopathic Healer

Healthcare

Karuna Sivasailam

Trustee

Editor

Editing & Content Writing

ACT TEAM & VOLUNTEERS WITH SOME OF THE CHILDREN

INDEX

Trustee Information 1 Message from the Managing Trustee 3 ACT: Mission and Vision 4 ACT: Philosophy and Methodology 4 ACT: The Beginning 5 Key Accomplishments 2015-16 7 ACT Centres 8 Corporate Volunteers 9 -12 Extra Curricular Activities 13-15

Volunteer’s Feed Back Alumni ACT Larger Vision Empowering Mothers ACT Celebrations Contributions & expenses Financials Volunteer Donations

14-15 16 17 18-19 21 22-23 24 -31 32-33 34 - 37

Credibility Alliance Norms and Compliance Report ·Registration Number: 434/Book IV/2000-01 th ·Year of Registration: 15 December 2000 ·12 A: TRUST/718/10A/Vol.I/A-846/2001-02/CIT-II ·80G: DIT(E)/80G(R)/106/AAATA8420E/X-468/2011-12 ·FCRA:Reg. No.: 094421447 (dated19/08/2011) ·TAN: BLRA11105D ·PAN: AAATA8420E · Website: ashwinitrust.org Accreditation Ÿ GSN: 4682 (guidestar) Ÿ Global Giving: Organization #14480 Ÿ Charities Aid Foundation of America Ÿ Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Bank Details Ÿ State Bank of India, Address: Mahalakshmi Chambers, 1 MG Road, Bangalore 560001. Ÿ Vijaya Bank, Address: Cambridge, Road, Bangalore 560008.

Auditor: Radhakrishna Upadhaya & Co., Ÿ Chartered Accountants No .1378/5, South End Main Road, 9th Block East, Jayanagar 560069

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EVERY CHILD IS DIFFERENT! WE RESPECT THAT INDIVIDUALITY

MESSAGE FROM THE MANAGING TRUSTEE Dear Friends, In the digital age that we are living, technology has become the driving force, both in our personal lives and in society. The smart phone is much, much more than a mere phone - it is also a camera, a computer, movie screen, remote control to operate virtually anything from anywhere, health trainer, and our magical portal to the World Wide Web. How did we actually manage to live without it? On a more serious note, it is quite evident that to exist and thrive in the current milieu one has to be tech savvy. Hence, keeping ourselves updated is an unwritten code at ACT - especially when it comes to latest technology. All ACT children are taught the basics of computer operations and are encouraged to use the computer to access the Internet, which is the virtual global platform for the exchange and flow of information. In fact, I believe that technology is our stepping stone into the digital era, and computer literacy is an absolute must for the youngsters to just keep pace with the fast changing world. Thus, we have appointed a computer teacher at the Murphy Town Tamil Government School, to teach the children computer operations and use. We have also provided basic computer training to the teachers of the school. This year our High School going children graduated to the computer assisted learning Programme via IXL Software, wherein each student logs on to a system and solves a customised Maths test. The immediate feedback has enabled our students to stay motivated. We are thrilled to receive regular congratulatory updates from IXL when the children do us proud. Apart from computer education, ACT children are trained in photography, film-making and AV presentations. I am proud to say that ACT children are technically competent because of their exposure and training on the latest gadgets - computers, iPads and cameras, by the experts in the field. In fact, every year the audio-visual presentation shown at our Annual Day Function is ideated, prepared, produced and presented entirely by the senior ACT children. As on 2016, 26 children graduated from ACT and are in mainstream jobs in companies like Hewlett Packard, Taj group of hotels, AXA Business Services and many more. If ACT children are on the route to becoming tech savvy, a large chunk of the credit goes to our volunteers who spend hours of their valuable time teaching and training our children on machines donated by corporate sponsors. My sincere and heartfelt thanks to each and everyone of you, and I believe that ACT exists because of YOU. Sujata Mukherjee

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ACT: MISSION

THEORY OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES, by HOWARD GARDNER

To educate and empower underprivileged children and support them till they are gainfully employed.

Spatial

ACT: VISION

Naturalist As per the Theory of Multiple Intrapersonal Intelligences, by Howard Gardner, the identification of the dominant intelligence of each child is done. The child is then Musical encouraged and enabled to THE TYPES OF INTELLIGENCE Linguistic hone the identified intelligence and later take an occupation complimenting the same for Bodily greater success. Kinesthetic

• To do our best so that the current generation of underprivileged children living below the poverty line integrates seamlessly within mainstream society and that they are productive from the first day in their jobs. • To impart quality education, including skill building and matching children with employment opportunities that are suited to their dominant intelligence and strengths.

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ACT: PHILOSOPHY & METHODOLOGY

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ACT: THE BEGINNING • ACT was started with an intent to educate and empower underprivileged children of Ulsoor slums in Bangalore th • Registered on 15 December, 2000 • Parents who typically work as house maids, vendors, painters, tailors are from the lower-income group • Most children are first generation literates • The Trust sponsors hardworking and dedicated children from government and government aided private schools.

Focus is on all three critical aspects of the child's development

Began with just 1 child, Ashwini & 1 Centre @ Ulsoor

Board of 7 Trustees. An All Women Learning Centre @ Ulsoor

2000

2008

1 volunteer

4

Logical Mathematical

Interpersonal

New Centre @ RG Halli Govt School, Whitefield

2011

New Centre @ Indiranagar Ashraya

2012

305 children

305 children

2014

2015

143 children, New centre @ Govt Tamil Higher Primary School GTHPS

2013

200+ volunteers

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KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2015-2016 ¡ ACT children and Fans of the Liverpool Football Club teamed up for a 'Clean up the Neighbourhood'

drive outside our Resource Centre and cleared the road of garbage and debris to make it clutter free and marvellously clean. This activity was taken up to sensitise the children about keeping our surroundings, neighbourhood and city clean. ¡ A group of ACT volunteers and children participated in the World 10K Majja Run. ¡ ACT mothers, under Mrs. Mani's supervision, have consistently worked hard through out the year to

procure and grind the various ingredients of the high protein porridge mix, for ACT children as well as the children of the Government Tamil School. The protein mix has ensured the immunity of the children from colds and coughs besides improving their general health. ¡ ACT children displayed the craftwork created by them, including delicate paper flower arrangements,

candles, painted decorative diyas, fashion jewellery, hand-made paper bags and newspaper bags both at the iGate NGO Mela and at the Adobe Tech Park. ¡ ACT mothers attended a workshop on PM's Financial Empowerment Plans for the Underprivileged,

conducted by our CGI volunteer Mr. Sudhakar, who told them about the various Life Insurance, Health Insurance and Pension Policies. ¡ ACT had taken up a major infrastructure project at the Government Tamil School in Murphy Town. ACT

has constructed a new block containing two units - a kitchen and a room for the security guard. This new building has been constructed using eco-friendly mud bricks that were made on site. The school now has a clean and well-lit kitchen where the midday meal supplied by the government is kept and distributed. The porridge for the children given by ACT is also prepared here. Since ACT believes that attending school regularly is a must for every child, from the beginning of the academic year in 2015, we have engaged a school van and a driver to daily pick up and drop back the students living in Byappanahalli and in the ISRO Layout. ¡ ACT has employed a Science teacher at the Government Tamil School. He conducts simple experiments

and interactive sessions to make the textbook come alive for the children. He also conducts computer literacy sessions for the children. ¡ ACT briefly engaged with the Government School in Hoodi. Within a short span of three months ACT

organised photo id cards and distributed sandals for all the children of the school. ACT also organised the CSR activities of 100 employees of Synopsys, who painted the classrooms and the compound wall; cleaned up the playground and planted saplings along the inner perimeter of the compound. ¡ ACT children - 22 girls and 6 boys, successfully took the Karate Grading Exam at the Resource Centre.

Belts were awarded in the following order: Brown - 3; Purple - 6; Blue - 2; Yellow - 10; and White - 9. ¡ Year 2 of the Hippocampus English Star Training was flagged off with a day of intensive training

conducted for the ACT seniors, U & I volunteers, and some of our regular volunteers. Techniques in promoting Reading for comprehension, Reading for Pleasure, use of Dictionary, and language based activities were part of the learnings. ¡ For the second consecutive year, Taj Vivanta invited the ACT Choir to sing Christmas carols for the staff

and assembled guests. Our children enthralled them with their rich repertoire of popular Yuletide numbers.

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¡ As part of ACT's 'Mothers' Empowerment Programme', 5 mothers have formed a group for weaving

baskets, thereby also supporting the ban on plastics. The baskets woven by these mothers are proving to be popular whenever they have been exhibited, which is very encouraging both for ACT and the mothers. 7


ACT CENTRES

FUN WITH VOLUNTEERS

The Government Tamil Higher Primary School

The U&I team bringing cheer Indira Nagar Centre (Ashraya)

Learning Centre

Resource Centre

Alcon created fun activities

The Government Kannada Higher Primary School

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Café Coffee Day distributing gifts

Cisco teaching Presentation Skills

Hyatt Celebrating Monthy Birthday’s 9


CORPORATE VOLUNTEERS CHIP IN

FUN TIMES WITH VOLUNTEERS

Fidelity Cares fulfilling wishes

Wishing Wall at Taj Vivanta

Engrossed in our Science lessons

Greening the GTHPS

Fidelity Cares fulfilling wishes

FUN TIMES @ ACT

Cleaning the neighbourhood with Bangalore KOP

French Interns ACT celebrates @ Nanjangud

Mount Carmel students create a health programme 10

Wishing Wall at Taj Vivanta

Our Senior students making a presentation

Music Workshop

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EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Learning to use the tablet

Learning to dance

Learning to sing

Learning Self Defense

Cricket Training

United we stand

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VOLUNTEERS’ VALUABLE FEED BACK

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ALUMNI

Ashwini

Bhavani

Divya

ACT’S LARGER VISION

Gayatri

Gopi

Cleaning and flattening of ground

Harikrishna

Mohammed Nadeem

Imran

Mohammed Waseem

Kasturi

Nirosha

Kumari

Rekha

Revathi

Sangeetha

Savita

Sharadh

Soumya

Somia

Swathi

Veneetha

Lakshmi

New building under construction

Van facility for students

Providing Lunch

Everyone is involved in serving Lunch

Renuka

Shashikala

Encouraging Mothers to save for the Child 16

Construction of a watchman's room & kitchen

Older Students help in teaching juniors 17


EMPOWERING MOTHERS

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Bag making by Mothers

Making Protein Mix

MOTHER’S EMPOWERMENT ENRICHES THE FAMILY Nagarathna

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ACT CELEBRATIONS

ACT’s 15th Annual Day

ACT’s 15th Annual Day

Christmas Celebrations

TOWARDS AN ENLIGHTENED FUTURE Distributing Provisions

Distribution of Blankets

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CONTRIBUTION FROM DONOR TOWARDS GENERAL FUND

EXPENSES

5.29%

Corporate - 3 donors 42%

Individuals -330 donors (Including donations from Corporates Employees)

45%

17,08,829

11%

7%

19,97,665 3%

90

16%

25,96,366 2%

28,15,672 1%

49,26,615

60,11,498

6%

13%

16%

9%

5% 6%

64,18,964 3% 5%

17%

60,00,000

39%

50,00,000

70

FCRA

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50

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70,00,000

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Charitable Foundations - 4 donors 7.76%

17,12,576 100%

49%

ACT continues to maintain and grow a large active network of individual donors. Individual donors account for 45% of total funds received In FY 2016, Rs. 24.09 lakhs were donated by 330 individuals. Donations of Rs. 5,000/- or less were received from 223 individuals Total donations do not include corpus donation of Rs. 5,000/-

76%

80%

85%

83%

86%

89%

92%

40 30

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INDIVIDUAL DONOR CONTRIBUTIONS > 50000 - 4 donors 30%

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<Rs 1000- 131 Rs 1,001 - 5,000 donors - 92 donors 3% 10% Rs 5,001 - 10,000 - 59 donors 17%

0 FY09

FY11

FY10

Child Development Programs

FY12

FY14

FY13

FY15

FY16

Depreciation

Office & Administration

Total Income

AVERAGE SPEND PER CHILD 350

35,000 26839 24934

300

Rs 20,001 - 50,000 - 14 donors

250

Rs 10,001 - 20,000 - 30 donors

25,000 16140

INCOME BREAKDOWN 100%

46,08,827

42,67,855

48,51,908

58,44,375

81,39,059

85,21,903

8,285,910

24%

80

44%

29%

11%

70

29%

8%

41% 12%

70,00,000

10% 7%

10%

60,00,000

50

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Donations

Interest

FY13

FY10

FY11

Number of Children(ACT)

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FY14

Transfer from General Fund

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FY14

Number of Children(Govt)

FY15

FY16

Average spend per Child

CONTRIBUTION FROM FCRA 5%

5%

3%

13%

14%

FY12

10,000

Total FCRA Donations - Rs 22,22,745 20,00,000

10 FY11

20,000 15,000

147

50

10,00,000

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127

137

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20

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170

11075 117

200

90

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60 7%

9415 100

14%

21%

200

12629

150

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90

30,000

19376

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27,87,160

105

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22%

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FY16

Total Income

18%

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OUR ESTEEMED VOLUNTEERS

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OUR ESTEEMED VOLUNTEERS

The ACT Team and Volunteers on Annual Day 2016

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DONATIONS

VOLUNTEERS FROM U& I

Corporates

Grants

AT&T Dhampur Alco sugar Fidelity Business Services India IDG Ventures Sinhasi Consultants Vijay Gems and Jewellery

Blooming-sepanouir a ecole Charities Aid Foundation America Community Service of Bangalore Dhyuthi Charitable Trust Global Giving Foundation India Cares Foundation Menda Foundation Silicon Valley Community

NEW VOLUNTEERS Aadil Rahman Aanchal Rekhi Aayushi Chaudary Abhinav Raghunandan Kannan Adi Gupta Amritha HJ Amrutha Srinivasan Anuradha Mukherjee Anita Bhat Anjana Murali Ankeeta Mohanty Anujibir Singh Anupama Hebbar Archana V Venkatesh Ashwini Avani Verma Ayushi Bansal Baghosion Nuslon Camille Piazzo Chirantan Mahipal Debleena Paul Deepthi Rajeev

Dharitri Kakati Diksha Sahayverma Disha Amin Elena Jose Hirak RayIshaan Athawle Jagriti Jithendranath Gupta Yenduri Jude Paul Julia Faure Juliette Pauvaque Karthikeshwar Sankar Koeli Mandal Kriti Sarawgi Lanceleur Virginie Lodovico Glitti Maki Kumali Mala Shankar Malvika Chaudhary Mary-Rose Abraham Masako Amada Monica Patwari

Monideepa Lahiri Nikita Kumar Papia Rakshit Param Bhattacharya Pavan Chitta Poonam Pratik Shetty Priya Joseph Purnima Maudgil R. Dhanya Radha Mohan Ratnabali Mitra Rehana Parwin Renuka Kanikaraj Reshmi Mukherje Sabitha Ramesh Sami Austin Shanta Srinivasan Sharada H A Shreya Nagendra Shreya Shetty Shriyanshi Ojha Shyon Deshpande

Siddharth Sehur Siddhartha Ramakrishna Sneha Mukherjee Sreelal Sreedharan Sri Sudhan Subha Dugani Sudarsan Sinha Sumana Krishnan Sumie Kubo Suniana Calapa Supriya Suriau Suranjita Haldar Swapnil Agarwal Swarup Swarupa J Reddy Tanvi Bavishi Vandana Ramachandran Vasu Surabhi Vinay Babu Vinisha Paiva Vinita Punia

Reddy Pratibha Naik Preeti Rai Priya Punja Radhika Arvindam Ram Pavan Roopesh Asthana Sahana Mukherjee Sanjiti Sharma Sarah Patel Shyam Keswani Snehal Jain Srilakshmi Sudhakar Sujata Mukherjee

Sumaya Anwar Sumie Kubo Suresh Swaran Kamal & Swetha Kamal Swasti Tanu Batra Veena Raghunandan Vibha Nahata Vijay Bhogilal Vijetha Vinaya Baligar Waseem

INDIVIDUALS WHO DONATED IN KIND Afreefa Anupama Hebbar Anuradha Nalapat Ashmita Mukherjee Ashok Fenandes Baghosion Nuslon Camille Piazzoz Chandrashekhar Bandi Chinnappa Corrinne Dheeraj Manchanda Faye Park Gaurav Imran

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Jithendranath Gupta Julia Faure Juliette Pauvaque Karuna Sivasailam Kunihiro Iwata Lodovico Glitti Maki Kumaki Za Shankar Masako Amado Nadia Haton Nandini Gupta Nikhil Sandhu Nishi Roy P Parvathy Padmalatha Ramanna

Aaron D Shane Aashish N Wadhwa Abhijith Giridhar Abhishek Pandey Abhishek Sheth Afeefa Naaz Aishwarya J Akshata Palekar Akshatha Naik Allen Peter Stanley Anam Pasha Aniruddh A Bilodi Anoushka Bhati Anuja Balaji Anviksha Masih Anwesha Biswas Apoorva Janardhana Arushi Kapila Ashitha A Aswati Rajesh Athmi Rai Atithi Jain Ayesha Gangwar B R Prerana Baljinder Kaur Bhawesh Rajgaria Binitha Chandan V Kundapura Chandrika Das Chowdhury Deborah Lhingneithiem Dechen Pulger Deepika Poojari Dervin Verghese Devashish Parnami Dhrubo Purkayastha Dhvanii Kamlesh Divya R Nair Dominic Savio Roberts Dwayne Stephens G Anagha

Gautham A K Geetanjali Menon Gowthami Jagannath Gurkirat Dheer Harshitha Huda Zama Jharna Sanjay Kukreja Joel Fernandes Johnson S Fernandes Karthik Narayana Kavya Bhat Kenneth Thomas Nedumpallil Khushbu K Khyati K Raja Kiran Dhiren Chellaram Kirthana Thomas Krishna Kumar Krithika Krithika L Kritika Jain Lakshmi Jayswal M Namratha Madhuparna Sreemany Madhuri J Madhusha Bhati Mahima Bijlani Mamtha K Sharma Manisha R Meghna Noel Mehvish Tareen Miqdad Kilpady Mohammed Nadeem Mohammed Sohail Mrigank Mukesh Mrunalini Nandaa Kumar Naila Tarannum Natasha Casey Thibble Natasha Joel Naveen Reji Nikhil Saldanha

Nikita Jacob Nishi B Nitya A Nivedha S Kumar Nivedita B S Owais Shafiq Pallavi T Pooja Menon Poornima Jambigi Poornima S Prachi Agarwal Pragya Gurung Pratik Khatwani Prerana Suklecha Prerna Prasad Priya Rabbiya Fathima Rabiya Haramain Rachana Chandrashekar Rachita Gejji Raghavan V Rakshita Agarwal Reevan Pinto Regina Revanth Yedla Rohann Mathew Rohin Alex Rosanne Rochelle Rowena Salvadore Saara Sultana Sai Nitish V Sakshi Salvi Shrivastava Samreen Mushtaq Samtha R Sandeep Kumar Sangeetha Gudardhhar Sanjana Reddy M Sanjana Shashikanth Sanketh Dylan Noronha Sasha Munshi

Satish Bhaskar Savitha Agarwal S B Malavika Sharanya Hegde Shital Patil Shivani Narasimhan Shri Gowri R Tikoti Shruthi Anup Kumar Siman Rana Simeon Rodrigues Simran Mirpuri Sindhoori C Kumar Smrithi Rangaswamy Solomon Abhishek Ellis Sthuthi B Subhobroto Mallik Sumiran Jain Suraj Suresh Susan Thomas Swarup TD Swathi S Rao Syeda Nikhath Almas Tara Noronha Tazeen M Siwani Tony Selvaraj Urmila A Lalwani Vanethi M K Varshini Rajendiran Varun D S Vernon Rocky Fernandes Vidya Sri Mani Vikram Ramalingam Vinay Pai Vinay Shetty Vinay Swaminathan Vishal R Vishnu Bhargav Janga Vrushab S Angre Yeshika B Yuma Narah Zoltan Augustine

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS IN KIND Corporates PWC Adobe Alcon CafĂŠ Coffee Day CGI Cisco Fidelity Cares Hyatt Hotel Igate Infosys Limited

KPMG Synopsys Taj West End Thomson Reuters Vivanta by Taj MG Road Vivanta by Taj Whitefield

Institutions Bengalee Association Canadian International school Mallya Aditi International School IIMB Bangalore KOP Mount Carmel College Satchidananda Group U&I Ultimate Frisbee 35


INDIVIDUAL DONORS DONATING MORE THAN RS 4000/

ENSURING THE FUTURE OF OUR NATION WITH SMALL STEPS

A Sumithra Aarthi Muralidharan Abhijit Mukherjee Abhishek Dwivedi Ajanta Deb Ajay Khatri Ajit Chakravarti Amaresh Dash Amitava Datta Anant Jeet Singh Anirudha Kulkarni Anish Joseph Anita Pujari Anusha Gowrisankar Arun Ganesan Arundhati Mitter Ashish Purvankara Ashutosh Vaidya Avinash Giridhar B Thiagrajan Balaji Ardhanari Bhavani Ramesh Bhuneshwari Munisawmy Bhuvan G Sarwate Binesh A Somarajan Buddhadeb Datta Chaitanya Yadav Chandrashekhar Bandi Chandrika Gururaj Col. V K Malhotra C R Raghunandan Deepthi K Nair Dheeraj Manchanda Dinesh Sethiya Ditipriya Das Dr Sudha Tinaiker Gauri Jayant Saha Gurudutt Kalambi Hema Hattangady Hemalatha Kumar Himanshu Jain Hyginus Lobo Indraneel Roy Choudhary

Indu Bhandia J Jalma Jaspreet Singh Virdee Jatin Patel Jayakumar R Joseph Abraham K Kannan K S Mohan K Ganesh Babu Kalyan Sivasailam Karthikeyan Venkataraman Subramanian Kiran N Donni Kiruthiga Dhanasekaran Kishen Amarnath Krishnamurthy Krishnan Kunjal Tanna Kurinji Thirumalavan Lakshmi Gowdappa Lovepreet Singh Khera Mahendran Sathiyamoorthi Mahesh J Murthy Mahesh Kumar Yalakanti Mark Silgado Minal Prabhu Monideepa Lahiri Mythrreeyi Krishnamoorthy N Vijai Kumar Nagaraja Rao S Nagaraju Mangala Nageswara Raju Madiraju Naryanan Sivasailam Neena Joshi Neeta Kurian Niroopkumar Mohanakumar Palecanda Chinnappa Pradipta Kumar Banerjee Pravash Swain Preetha Bhat Priyanka Raghunandan Priyanktha Iyengar R Venkataraman Radhika Arvindam

Rakesh Babu Bandi Ramya Srinivasaiah Ravi Adhikarla Ravikumar Mariappa Ravindra Mukund Athalye Reshmi Ghosh S P Shenoy Sadananda Patil Samsudeen Azeez Sumita Bhattacharrya Santhosh Bali Saravana Mohan Satishchandra R Trasi Shekar Shivalingappa Shrikant Galgali Shubhada Sule Randive Shyam Keswani Siddhartha Gaddam Sivakumar Keerambur Ponnusamy Sohaila Mallapur Sridhar Ramamurthy Srinivasan T R Subhash Chandra Datta Sudhakar R Sujata Mukherjee Sulochana Hegde Suresh Kotte Sushant Kanibal Srinivas Swetaleena Baxla TC Meenakshisundaram Vaidehi Somasundaram Veeramare Gowda Venkat Limbekar Venkatakrishnan Gobi M Venkatesha K Ramaiyer Vibha Nahata Vimala Arumugam Yogaraj

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