Helping Hand to Fire Affected Slum
Greater Noida, Dec. 2016: A fire broke out at a slum area of Noida - Sector 137 wherein many people suffered because of this calamity. The School took the initiative to help these people. Students and staff of Apeejay International School contributed voluntarily. New buckets were purchased and given to them, apart from food items such as pulses, rice and utensils and clothes which were also distributed among the victims.[widgetkit id=22]
Donate ‘One Glass of Rice’
Greater Noida, Dec. 24, 2016: Students of the School were asked to voluntarily donate atleast one glass of rice that would be collected and distributed to the families of the children at an orphanage. Students and staff donated 200kgs of rice and 100kgs of sugar to the families of about 100 underprivileged children.[widgetkit id=21]
Warming Up Winter
Greater Noida, Dec. 24, 2016: Students brought old warm clothes from their home which were collected, sorted and donated to the poor of the local nearby villages by the students of Class XII, along with teachers.
Donation to National Foundation for Communal Harmony
Greater Noida, Dec. 2016: Students donated Rs. 2465/- to the National Foundation for Communal Harmony (NACH) as a remittance of funds collected for sticker flags. The Foundation works for the rehabilitation of children rendered orphans or destitute in case of communal violence or an act of terrorism that fractures social harmony.
Project ‘Sacrifice a Packet of Chips’
Greater Noida, Oct. 12, 2016: Seeing the joy and gratitude on the faces of the recipients when they were given new shoes, the next project undertaken was ‘Sacrifice One Packet of Chips’ to procure winter clothes for the under-privileged children. Parents were advised not to send the money from their side; instead they were asked to send the value of one packet of chips only when their child willingly sacrificed eating the same for the benefit of those in need. Blankets were distributed to those in need. This made the students realize the benefit of collective work and enabled them to be sensitive to those in need.