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Sphoorti Food Program

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The campaign aims to provide quality food to 200+ children for the next one year. Most of these children hail from impoverished communities and were bereft of proper care and nutrition in their initial years. The beneficiary children are mostly orphan and destitute children.

The project will include following a healthy diet regime suggested by qualified dietitians and follow up with regular health camps to assess the impact of the program.

Through proper health and well-being, the beneficiary children will be able to complete primary and secondary levels of education and transform from being undernourished to healthy adolescents and adults.

Thus, the wider objective of the organization to provide access to higher education and wider career options will be fulfilled.

In all, we serve approximately 140,000 meals in a year. On an average, a meal costs Rs 15. The estimated cost of Sphoorti Food Program is Rs 15 x 140000 = Rs 21,00,000.

Your support will ensure that children have food which is always available, accessible, healthy and nutritious.  Spread the word among your friends and family.


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Sphoorti gets recognition from GreatNonprofits.org
Sphoorti gets recognition from GreatNonprofits.org
Karmaveer Global Fellowship award from REX Karmaveer Foundation
Karmaveer Global Fellowship award from REX Karmaveer Foundation

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30th July 2020
Dear Supporters & Well-wishers,

Our kids are all safe. Hope you are doing well.

The Dept of Child Welfare instructed us to send kids to their guardians because of the COVID crisis. They will come back sometime in August when COVID is expected to recede. We are keeping in touch with all children and checking their health and well-being.

This year, 7 of our Sphoorti children scored 10 GPA and 8 STD XII children scored more than 90 % in their examinations.

We have applied for permission for setting up a school on our premises. We hope to receive permission and start school soon after the Covid19 situation eases.

This amount is to feed 35 children who are on our campus. Because of the COVID situation, we are finding it difficult to get visitors and in-kind donations.

We request you all to please support and share the campaign with all your contacts and networks. Please support us.

Thank you.
Dear Supporters & Well-wishers,

Our kids are all safe. Hope you are doing well.

The Dept of Child Welfare instructed us to send kids to their guardians because of the COVID crisis. They will come back sometime in August when COVID is expected to recede. We are keeping in touch with all children and checking their health and well-being.

This year, 7 of our Sphoorti children scored 10 GPA and 8 STD XII children scored more than 90 % in their examinations.

We have applied for permission for setting up a school on our premises. We hope to receive permission and start school soon after the Covid19 situation eases.

This amount is to feed 35 children who are on our campus. Because of the COVID situation, we are finding it difficult to get visitors and in-kind donations.

We request you all to please support and share the campaign with all your contacts and networks. Please support us.

Thank you.
24th May 2020
Over the last few weeks, Sphoorti has been involved in Corona relief activities.

Our extensive kits are being distributed in many areas, for the second time if need be with the help of their many volunteers, wonderful donors and the police.

We have distributed 7,500 kits to migrant workers in Hyderabad and its outskirts. Though Sphoorti works for underprivileged children and provides them with residential care along with education, they are not holding back to do their bit during these testing times either.  
 
We realised two to three days into the lockdown that there are people who are going hungry that we e activated our donor network to gather funds and distribute a basic kit. This kit, that lasts a family of four for about four months, is worth about Rs 500 and contains four to five kgs of rice, two kgs of atta (because most migrant workers are from the north, he says), salt, dal, turmeric, chili powder, soap and so on. The products are procured from vendors whom they have been purchasing supplies for many years. We have been working in tandem with the police. Information about needy migrant workers and which area they are situated in came from volunteers and our donor network which includes, MLC, Chairman of Telangana State Legal Services Authority and even the ACP of police.   The foundation has been receiving many distress calls. We even received a call from Chhattisgarh informing us about their people who are stuck in Hyderabad without food. One of the first calls we received was from Habsiguda and then we went on to the neighbouring area of Ramanthapur and more. Our recent activities include distributing kits to Uber drivers, migrant workers in Domalguda, Rayadurgam (who were identified by the police), families from Srikakulam and Vizianagaram in Gundlapochampally, the workers from Bihar near Langar Houz and many, many more. It is the outskirts of the city, where major construction activities are going on, that most migrant workers are to be found. We have been sharing daily updates via social media to keep our donor network informed and inspire other donors to come forward and join the cause.
 
While 80 per cent of the children residing in Sphoorti have left for their home, as per the government orders, the rest, especially those who are in Class X, are studying and are connected to their teachers through WhatsApp calls and videos. The rest of the staff at the foundation helps pack the kits and ensure that we collectively reach out to all those in need.

Over the last few weeks, Sphoorti has been involved in Corona relief activities.

Our extensive kits are being distributed in many areas, for the second time if need be with the help of their many volunteers, wonderful donors and the police.

We have distributed 7,500 kits to migrant workers in Hyderabad and its outskirts. Though Sphoorti works for underprivileged children and provides them with residential care along with education, they are not holding back to do their bit during these testing times either.  
 
We realised two to three days into the lockdown that there are people who are going hungry that we e activated our donor network to gather funds and distribute a basic kit. This kit, that lasts a family of four for about four months, is worth about Rs 500 and contains four to five kgs of rice, two kgs of atta (because most migrant workers are from the north, he says), salt, dal, turmeric, chili powder, soap and so on. The products are procured from vendors whom they have been purchasing supplies for many years. We have been working in tandem with the police. Information about needy migrant workers and which area they are situated in came from volunteers and our donor network which includes, MLC, Chairman of Telangana State Legal Services Authority and even the ACP of police.   The foundation has been receiving many distress calls. We even received a call from Chhattisgarh informing us about their people who are stuck in Hyderabad without food. One of the first calls we received was from Habsiguda and then we went on to the neighbouring area of Ramanthapur and more. Our recent activities include distributing kits to Uber drivers, migrant workers in Domalguda, Rayadurgam (who were identified by the police), families from Srikakulam and Vizianagaram in Gundlapochampally, the workers from Bihar near Langar Houz and many, many more. It is the outskirts of the city, where major construction activities are going on, that most migrant workers are to be found. We have been sharing daily updates via social media to keep our donor network informed and inspire other donors to come forward and join the cause.
 
While 80 per cent of the children residing in Sphoorti have left for their home, as per the government orders, the rest, especially those who are in Class X, are studying and are connected to their teachers through WhatsApp calls and videos. The rest of the staff at the foundation helps pack the kits and ensure that we collectively reach out to all those in need.

18th May 2019
We are happy to share that 2 of our children scored 9.5 while 2 more scored 9.2 in STD X examinations. In all 11 children cleared Std X Exams this year with GPA ranging from 7.3 to 9.5.

Regards,
Srivyal


We are happy to share that 2 of our children scored 9.5 while 2 more scored 9.2 in STD X examinations. In all 11 children cleared Std X Exams this year with GPA ranging from 7.3 to 9.5.

Regards,
Srivyal


Rs.770,316 raised

Goal: Rs.1,500,000

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