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“Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in the places you can, to all the people you can, as long as you can.” This is what we at W.H.Y.FOUNDATION has always believed and worked towards the same.
We feel very happy to share this wonderful news with all our Volunteers/Supporters/Well-Wishers/Colleagues/Families/Friends and every single person who has sometime somewhere been part of our journey in Working towards Humanity.
On the occasion of INTERNATIONAL DAY OF OLDER PERSONS, GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH – DEPARTMENT FOR WELFARE OF DISABLED AND SENIOR CITIZENS has appreciated the efforts and services of W.H.Y.FOUNDATION for our services for the cause of Senior Citizens in Andhra Pradesh. (An state level recognition).
We were invited to attended this event held today at “Sundarayya Vignana Kendram”, where W.H.Y.FOUNDATION was felicitated with Souvenir and Certificate by Smt. Sunitha Laxma Reddy (Hon’ble Minister for Woman and Child Welfare, IKP and SHGs).
We thank each one of you who, despite of your personal and professional commitments have always put in unwavering efforts and were committed towards every single activity of Working for Humanity with You.
Facts and Figures of this Orthopedically Handicapped Hostel: Orthopedically Handicapped Hostel is located near Champapet, Hyderabad (10 Kms from Koti) ::::About the Hostel:::: The Govt Hostel for Orthopedically Challenged is the hostel maintained by the government social welfare department. This hostel consists of 90 female students who hail from different districts of AP. The reason for joining this hostel is to pursue their higher education and living in Hyderabad to feed themselves by finding some jobs. All the inmates of the hostel are crippled, physically challenged in different forms and percentages. W.H.Y. Foundation has been approached by the Matron of the Old Age Home (which we have been supporting since 2008 every month) who has been given an additional charge of this hostel as well. All these students who are staying in this Hostel would get 500 rupees per month as a pension under disability quota from the government.
Give a man a fish you have fed him for today…teach a man to fish you have fed him for a lifetime…!!! Inspired by this quotation, W.H.Y. Foundation has funded two students (Eraboina Sandeep and Eraboina Satish) education for completing their Engineering. Read more at: http://whyfoundation.org/category/aathmeeya-nestham-projects/
This Independence Day, as per our yearly activity schedule we have visited ‘Government Primary School TADBUND – Supported by W.H.Y.FOUNDATION’ We proudly hosted the Indian National Flag and Sang our National Anthem. We also distributed chocolates and few stationery items for the children Few of our Volunteers also shared inspiring stories with them. Thanks to all the volunteers who made up to this event and spending time with students. Pictures for this activities can be found here: http://whyfoundation.org/gallery/photos/
Suresh & Manjula are bright students and have scored good marks in their Xth standard. However, they could not continue their education, due to their parents’ being daily wage workers. WHY Foundation has supported these two students in appearing for the entrance to polytechnic education and paid their 1st year fees. Both Suresh and Manjula are now happy continuing their education
22 schools were covered and over 3833 students have received Notebooks with help of our unmatched efforts of 9 volunteers during Books Distribution Drive – 2013. We thank each volunteer who had being a part of distribution program and also Friends, Colleagues, Families who have donated for this cause. For all pictures kindly visit our website’s photos page.
Education is the beacon of light which drives away darkness from one’s lives. Illiteracy might be termed as one of the prime reasons for the underdevelopment of many parts of India. For numbers’ sake, the literacy rate of India is reasonably good, but this includes only people who know how to read and write. Beyond basic literacy, a large number of Indians still suffer from ignorance and this affects their progress to a great extent. To help combat this problem, we at W.H.Y.Foundation have ... Read More at : http://whyfoundation.org/category/yearly-projects/
Spending your personal time is the precious gift you can give anyone. There might have been so many instances which turned into unforgettable moments in each of our lives when we have gone out of our comfort zone trying to help someone else. Precisely, this is what has happened when 15 volunteers from W.H.Y. Foundation went ahead on 3rd Mar, 2012 to support the poor students in the government school (Xth Standard students) helping them with supplies of all stationery material which will enable them to appear for their final exams this summer.
“Ignorance, the root and stem of all evil” Even today when India is splurging for its niche in the world for its fast paced development, there are so many villages whose backbones are broken just by using their ignorance… This was proved when W.H.Y. Foundation stepped into one such village – Gambhiraopet in Karimnagar district of Andhra Pradesh. Read More at: http://whyfoundation.org/category/yearly-projects/
It was the last day of the year and in few hours there is the coming of a new year, almost everyone around the city were gearing up for the new year bash…. But there happens something unusual… We had few students from Avanthi Degree & PG college approaching WHY Foundation asking for guidance to do something for the old age people….and we were very happy to support these youngsters who were kind at heart keeping aside their own priorities for the new year party. Read more at: http://whyfoundation.org/category/yearly-projects/
Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire. This is how we all visualize the winters. But, winter comes back very hardly to the underprivileged that too old aged people who are deprived of love and affection by their kith and kin. On 19th Nov, 2011 W.H.Y. Foundation has taken a step forward... Read more at: http://whyfoundation.org/category/yearly-projects/
It has been a wonderful sight to see all the gloomy faces glowing in the light of happiness on 23rd Oct, 2011. Though, it was much ahead of the actual festival of lights….people at old age home have enjoyed every moment with us in celebrating the festival with fireworks, new sarees and sweets. This is yet another time that all of you have contributed for the success of this event. WHY Foundation wishes you a very happy and safe Diwali. Enjoy the day with your loved ones.