Donate for Education, Invest in the future : #FundAhamBhumika

Jaibala/ September 30, 2015/ Musings, Uncategorized/ 6 comments

Education is the basic right of all the children of our country. It is also the pillar on which the future of our country stands on. But at the same time there are thousands of children with no access to even the basic education. Most parents would agree, that educating the child is our biggest responsibility. But it is not possible for every parent to give their child what they want.

That is when organisations like Aham Bhumika come in. They are so vital to the country’s development. So when a tweet like this:

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shows up on the timeline, knowing the reach and the power and the influence your words can carry, this is a cause you stand behind and fully support. Each and every voice that joins in support, each and every blogger that stands behind the cause will multiply the effects by so much.

About Aham Bhumika

Aham Bhumika is an NGO, a group of like minded people based in Bhopal, a city in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India. They are a Non-Governmental Organization focusing on Children and Adult Education, providing them Self-Reliance.

At this moment the rural pre-school of Aham Bhumika situated in a village namely Borda, Kolar Road, Bhopal is facing a funding crisis. This school has 40 children studying from the underprivileged category. Parents of these children are illiterate and are basically daily wage workers at brick kilns and the likes.

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The school though carries a monthly expenditure of Rs 14,000/- The organisation invites generous contributors to donate towards the cause of running the school. There are many ways in which you can contribute towards the cause.

Online bank transfer/ Cheque payments can be done using following information:

A/c name: Aham Bhumika Swayam Sevi Sanstha ,

SAVINGS ACCOUNT NO. 2073101015874

IFSC Code- CNRB0002073,

Bank – CANARA BANK

Branch – MAHARANA PRATAP NAGAR, BHOPAL

Please send them an email at ahambhumika@gmail.com with the following information:

Name, address, donation amount, PAN number and Contact number.

All donations made are exempted under Section 80-G of Income Tax of India. Please check out the details on how to donate on the donation page. You could also purchase some of these beautiful paintings or these hand embroidered cushion covers. They also accept old/ new clothes, story books, toys, sporting equipment.Basically if you want to help, just drop them a line at ahambhumika@gmail.com.

Another important way to support them is to spread the word about the work they are doing, on Facebook, twitter or even write a blog post. #FundAhamBhumika is the hashtag to use on social media.

PS : Images and Information taken from The Aham Bhumika Facebook Page, Twitter Website and Blog

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About Jaibala

Academically a Microbiologist, I am a Web Columnist for popular magazines and websites, Freelance Writer and a Blogger. Words define me and writing and reading compete to be the love of my life. My biggest belief is that there is something good in everything and I always looks to highlight the best in things. Creative writing is my forte.You can reach me by dropping a mail at contact@jaibalarao.com

6 Comments

  1. Glad you wrote for this noble cause. I will be writing as well. I hope they get more donations.
    Rachna recently posted…The Power of TouchMy Profile

    1. Education is a topic that is very close to my heart, especially at preschool level when the children are learning to be independent and are becoming aware about the world around them. They should believe in the goodness of humanity. I hope they get enough donations that no child every has to suffer for the lack of basic education, at least in the areas around them.

  2. I sincerely wish our words bring them enough funds to continue the good work.
    Rekha recently posted…Blog for #FundAhamBhumika : The kids need youMy Profile

    1. Yes Rekhs, Amen to that. They are doing such amazing work.

  3. Education is indeed very important and to help a child to get it is quite wonderful. 🙂 A nice initiative, and I hope to contribute a post toward it soon as well, Jai.

    1. It is right. Education builds the future. I am looking forward to read your post 🙂

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