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This Gandhian Fellow Is Fundraising To Build A School Library

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I am doing Gandhi fellowship, I work with the municipal corporation schools in Thane. A school is an interactive space where learning happens not just in class but in every space where child interacts. My TMC school number 30 and 42 are in Shanti Nagar (wagle estate) and Vartak Nagar respectively. 

I want to establish a library in my schools which can provide all the necessary books to the students.The school library is central to learning and plays a key role as a place for encouraging innovation, curiosity, and problem-solving. Your library is a catalyst for literacy and reading and for teaching and scaffolding inquiry learning. School libraries make a difference to students’ understanding and achievement and provide support for teaching and learning throughout the school. 

The school library is an important part of the school community and reflects and welcomes this community. I performed an activity in the class in which students were supposed to describe their dream school and share how we can convert our school as same as dream school. I got lots of responses one of which is school library in the school.

The money will be used for buying proper wooden racks on which books can be placed in the class(as there is no extra room available in the school building so I need to establish a small library in each class) and buying the books.

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Rs.3,617 raised

Goal: Rs.10,000

Beneficiary: Pratap info_outline

Supporters (12)

Kartik donated Rs.100
Vaibhav donated Rs.151

Best of luck bhai. U are doing a great job.

saransh donated Rs.500

hope this makes a difference :-)

Anonymous donated Rs.101

Keep it up.... 😊👍

Dr.divya donated Rs.101

Keep up d gud work..

Amit donated Rs.251

Keep d work up...