Each child can have an access to education, it is a dream of Vanshika Arts Education and Welfare Society. Encouraging the poor children to come to schools, the society organized the “Back to the School” event where the children form the orphanage from Javahar Nagar and students of our temporary school at Sanjay Nagar slum were distributed the books, bags, bottles, shoes and stationery.
With the aim of serving the childhood that is suffering with thalassemia, the blood donation camp was organized by VAEWS. In this noble cause, 97 people voluntarily donated blood. At the same time 14 thalassemia patients were given the blood transfusion treatment and 17 ferritin test plus T2 MRI test were also conducted Free medicines and gifts were also distributed.
Started from 15 th August a seven day long “nature’s week”, a vast tree plantation campaign was organized. With the support of volunteers and school children throughout the city and nearby villages almost 300 plants were planted in different parks, schools, roadsides and other vacant grounds. The activists also took oath to save the environment and reduce the use of plastics.
The event was dedicated to the scheduled blood transfusion of 16 thalassemia patients. Along with this the various essential tests (ferritin and Star T2 MRI) were also conducted for free. The patients were distributed free medicines and fruits.
In order to create awareness for health, hygiene and cleanliness, many free medical camps were organized throughout the city (Jhalan kachhi basti, teela no. 7, Maansarovar slum, Shastri Nagar Slum). The society conducted regular medical check-ups. The programme included health consultations by our guest doctors and distribution of free medicines. Our team members also distributed sanitary pads to women and girls and made them aware about the relation of health and hygiene.
Being the part of “Beti Bachaao beti Padhaao” movement, During Navratri celebration a grand kanya poojan event was organized at at Gangaa Das Ji Temple Raja Park. More than 500 little goddesses were worshiped, given the nutritious food and distributed gifts.
Diwali celebration at Shastri Nagar slum area. In this festival event almost 120 kids from Shastri Nagar Sum and Sanjay Nagar Slum areas and the orphans celebrated the festival together. They sang songs, recited poems and performed small plays with message. Sweets, new clothes and crackers were distributed.
Society successfully organized Dancing Champs 2018 Season 2 with the mission of creating awareness for thalassemia and arranging funds for thalassemia patients. 166 energetic and dynamic participants from all over the India were given the platform to showcase their talent and appreciated by the renowned celebrities. Held at Ravindra Manch Open Air Theaters Jaipur, the winners of the competition were given the momentums and cheques of Rs. 31000, Rs. 21000 and Rs. 11000 as the prize for their excellent performances.
A small art and culture event was organized where the children from slums and orphanage enjoyed the festivity with fun and warmth. A dance and singing competition was held. Winners were given gifts. The children were distributed food, cakes, gifts, chocolates and other goodies.
The school children and the local people of nearby village Bassi were given the free medical check-ups. Distribution of free medicines. Awareness for health hygiene and cleanliness. The aim of the event was to create awareness for health, hygiene and cleanliness in the surrounding.