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The Giving Back Foundation Newsletter - March-April 2017 Vol. 76

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News From On The Ground in India

On Sunday, March 5, 2017, The Giving Back Foundation India held its annual Bumper Sale in Delhi, India organized by Sunita Rana. When the gates opened, 1,500 people of all ages were waiting anxiously to begin the day of shopping for a good cause. Volunteers stood at each booth selling items like toys, bags, household supplies, jewelry, and much more. At the end of the day, the team volunteers including Nauhar and Sunita Rana, Shimona and Himmat Rana, Tripat and Jasjeev Swani , and the St. Michael's staff counted up the money raised from the long day, totaling Rs. 2,65,000 (approximately $3,800). The Bumper Sale was a huge success! Thanks to the help of the many generous volunteers and attendees A huge thanks to Aneel Murarka and Seema Agarwal for their generous donations.

Crowd eagerly waiting for the doors to open

Meera with the girls in 12th Standard

Everyone's ready for the 10th standard board exams

The wonderful girls at St. Michael’s are the future!

There was a huge outpouring of community support

Meera helping out at the stall

Meera with Sunita Rana, the organizer

Geeta helping out at the stall

The girls of St. Michaels helped serve refreshments to the crowd

Volunteers at the bumper sale

With generous benefactor Aneel Muraka in green shirt

With benefactor Seema Agarwal

Mr. Bhalla, Giving Back Foundation grant recipient

The Giving Back Foundation team wishes Meera a very happy birthday, which she celebrated on the beautiful beaches of Goa recently.


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