Thanks to Sanchari’s ‘Notebook’ Initiative, Underprivileged Children can now go Back to School!

Sanchari has placed several collection boxes in different places of the city where public can contribute by donating above mentioned stationary items.

Sanchari the highly popular travel group on Facebook has launched a new initiative called the “Notebook” which aims to support children belonging to poor families.

Notebook helps underprivileged children by contributing books, bags, pen, pencil, umbrella and other basic stationery items to those kids before the start of the new academic year. Sanchari has placed several collection boxes in different places of the city where the public can contribute by donating above mentioned stationary items.

Notebook helps underprivileged children by contributing books, bags, pen, pencil, umbrella and other basic stationery items to those kids before the start of the new academic year.

The collection boxes are located at shops and buildings in Attingal, Ambalamukku, Chirayinkeezhu, Nemom, Kowdiar, Nedumangaud, Peroorkada, Statue, Vattiyoorkavu, Kazhakkoottam, Kudapanakkunnu and Technopark. You can contribute to Notebook initiative till May 24.

After collecting the stationary items Sanchari team will make school kits which will be distributed to underprivileged children before reopening of schools.

You can contribute to Notebook initiative till May 24.

The plan was first carried out in Ernakulam, where the team have already placed boxes in different locations. In Trivandrum, the initiative is managed by the district administrators of the Sanchari group Sajna Ali, Krishnan Unni, Navan Muhammed and Athul J S. The group will replicate their plan in other districts in coordination with their district units.

Sanchari the FB group with the motto ‘Travel with Nature’ was started two years back by a group of travel enthusiasts. The aim of this FB group is to create a quality platform for travellers & nature lovers with the similar attitude towards life and be a part of social activities.

This is not the first time Sanchari has involved in social activities. Last year Sanchari has dug a well at Barmer in the Thar Desert in Rajasthan. Barmer was a place where “people bathed once in a while with two pots of water”. Thanks to Sanchari, public wells dug by the team now serves water to around 200 families in Barmer.

For more details call

  • Prashob – 9895 67 30 76
  • Rajeev – 9496 81 37 42

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