Charities for Dilkhush (CFD)
Nidhi Ponkshe

Charities for Dilkhush is a club where students work along with the Dilkhush Special School and the Sheltered Workshop (which is located in Mumbai, India). The school gives space for intellectually disabled adults to hone their skills so that they may receive gainful occupation and be more self-supportive. By raising funds to donate to the school, in particular by making handmade items such as jewelry and bookmarks, we hope to help the intellectually challenged students by raising as many funds as possible. Especially with the heavy impacts of Covid-19 in India, many of their volunteers and events have been canceled/refused to help. So raising money helps support the school and their work towards gaining more resources for furthering the education and help provided to the disabled people. 

 

We will be sending out forms next week regarding more information about the fundraiser and our sales, so we hope until then everyone can stay excited and look forward to what we can share with you all! If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email or DM either of the Co-leaders for the club (:

 

Sincerely,

Dilkhush Co-leaders Nidhi (2023poni@seisen.com) and Zarah (2023maza@seisen.com

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