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Invitation to support Aashansh

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Hi everyone. We hope you'll take a moment to join in helping the "Aashansh" campaign reach its funding goal.

We the team at Aashansh wishes to reach our goal of reaching out to 100 kids by the end of 2016 and i truly believe that a small contribution of your can make a lot of difference by taking 40 kids in 2015 to 100 kids in 2016.

So we invite you to be a part of this journey to help children climb the ladder of opportunity by supporting Aashansh in its mission to provide children from unprivileged communities in India with the confidence and the knowledge to unlock the doors to social mobility through an experiential educational program and weekly mentorship sessions.

There are some creative and exciting perks available which you may want to explore and have more than a donor's relation with us.

Click here to support the online Aashansh fundraising campaign

Thank you!

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Aashansh is a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide children from underprivileged communities in India with the confidence and knowledge to unlock the door to social mobility, through weekly mentorship sessions and an experiential education programme.

Aashansh is currently working with 40 children, aged 6-18, in a street community in Worli. From our centre at Century Bazaar, we teach nearly 250 sessions a year. Combined with 50 mentorship sessions, this comes to 600 hours of interaction with each Aashansh child a year.


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    Aashansh Foundation Saturday, 28 February 2015

    Can I/we have more information regarding how you are helping and plan to help these children? This sounds like a very worthy and needed cause, but I would need to know if you have special environments set up for them and ideas to foster their growth and independent skills... Thank you kindly...

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    Marty Collins Saturday, 28 February 2015

    Please let me know what you are planning to do in order to help these underprivileged children. Do you have a special environment for them and methods for implementing helpful lessons to learn independence skills? This sounds like a very worthy cause, but a bit more detail may be needed. Thank you kindly.

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