Mumbai, June 26, 2020: In a bid to extend financial support to the families of the beloved soldiers who lost their lives in the Galwan Valley while fighting against China, Mumbai-based AASHA Foundation is hosting a trailblazing initiative, ‘Course For A Cause’. The five-day philanthropic event will conduct five different webinars on skill-building courses, proceeds of which will be handed over to the families of the martyrs.
‘Course For A Cause’ aims to honour the soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the violent face-off between India and China.
It is conducting online courses for five different art forms for 6 to 12-year-olds – dancing, sketching, baking, calligraphy, yoga and workout, from the June 29 to July 2. Hosted through Microsoft Teams, each online course is scheduled for one hour, for which interested applicants can donate a minimum of INR 500 to the AASHA Foundation (https://www.ashaabyyouth.org). The screenshot of the transaction can be shared with Marylin D’cuhna (+919702045729). The applicants will then receive an email with the ID to join the event on Microsoft Teams or get added to the event directly. The last day to sign up for the event is Sunday, June 27.
Initiated by Yashvi Lodha, an extremely committed and precocious 12-year-old, a student of Class VII from Hill Spring International School – Tardeo, along with her friends – Trisha Jhamb, Ishita Bharadia, Krisha Bang and Rahhya Ostwal.
So join these young citizens of India who are coming together to contribute to the greatest cause and make a difference!