Past Activities

  • CAF will send 10,000 children back to school

    A MoU signed between Mr. Avijeet Kumar, Director, CAF India & RID Manoj Desai representing RILM. 10,000 children are to be sent back to school. The MoU will cover Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa and Chattisgarh.

  • Say Hello to Non-Braille Computers!

    Rotary Thane Hills launches a unique project by providing Non Braille computers for blind students.
    - Facility will now be provided to all the 400 blind schools in India at a cost of Rs 8 crores
    - INR 8 cores was immediately committed to be raised by Past Director Ashok Mahajan
    Virtual Eye aims to bring out hidden and potential talents of the children to showcase their strengths despite the challenge they face.
    As a stamp of approval, Mr. R. Narottam Reddy, President and COO, State Bank of India Foundation if they could also sponsor 100 schools as part of the program.

  • E-learning support from Corporates

    Three MoUs signed on October 10, 2016 between Tata Technology, Tata Motors and Tata Trust for the flagship Rotary Distant E-learning Project of Dist. 3131:
    a) Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Rotary Club of Poona North (RID 3131) and Tata Technologies Limited and Tata Motors Limited of INR 122 lakhs to install E-learning facilities in about 188 schools in Poona. b) Another Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the two parties mentioned above to install E-learning facility in about 80 schools in Ahmedabad District of about INR 60 lakhs.

  • 1,000 dreams will come true with the help of VatsalChhaya Trust

    An MoU was signed between Smt. SangitaVardhan, Director, Vatsal Chaya Trust and PRID Y.P. Das representing RILM to send 1,000 children back to school. The MoU will cover areas like Chandigarh and Union Territories.

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