We hope children will never know. Join us in a mission to help India's children read.
StudyMall – Read, Learn,Play project which provides better educational infrastructure in rural areas. Include better sitting place to study after school, library, computer learning, digital/ multimedia learning in schools and conducts workshops, training on various topics. We are running 12 centers till date in 12 different villages of Maharashtra. More than 4000 kids benefited so far. By end of June 18 we aim to set up five more StudyMall.
We are bunch of dreamers who studyand want to read and discover the joy of reading, but the availability of books of different levels is a problem for us. We require books for our Library. Your single contribution means a lot to us. Kids love books and they prefer books over anything else in the world. Help Us to Grow!
I want to create a class library so that they love to read and build their reading capacity. This will help them become better readers and writers so that they can explore the infinities of the world.
There is a lack of education opportunity in Kutch, and there is much scope for intervention. Somaiya trust is actively working in the development of village Tera. There was no library in the village. Mr. Samir somaiya took initiative and decided to restart it so all the villagers can take benefit. Trust has recently renovated the same. It is an open library serving the villagers form kids to elderly people. Trust have also donated 500 books for the same but the capacity is of more than 1500 so we need helping hands to support us with donation in books.
Every child learning instead of working out of choice is a first step towards a beautiful change for our children! Join us in reaching children from 12 remote villages this year. Donate books and we will ensure children from rural areas spend time exploring their passion.
We are reaching out for a contribution of simple, colourful and engaging storybooks for young readers in the Kali Gandaki valley of the Mustang district in the Himalayas. These books will also be a part of a travelling library accompanied by storytellers and puppeteers.