SAMVEDNA : A Welham Boys initiative to combat COVID-19 in Uttarakhand | Milaap
SAMVEDNA : A Welham Boys initiative to combat COVID-19 in Uttarakhand
of Rs.2,000,000
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    Welham Boys School
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Mountain villages of Uttarakhand to overcome second wave of COVID -19

    from Uttarakhand

Project Samvedna -
Help Heal the Hills, Help Uttarakhand!

About the Fundraiser

These are tough times for the hill districts of Uttarakhand. The second wave of Covid-19 has made its way deeper into the villages of Uttarakhand. Welham Boys’ School along with AAN Charitable Trust, Kashipur under its philanthropic initiative ‘Project SAMVEDNA’  is trying to mobilize resources to fill crucial gaps in the hilly districts of Uttarakhand. Through this campaign, we aim to provide PPE kits, oximeters, gloves, surgical masks, thermometers, disinfectants, Covid medicine kits, dry ration kits, hygiene kits to district hospitals, panchayats, shelter homes & other institutions in the hill districts of Uttarakhand, free of cost.

Who are we -

Welham Boys’ School Dehradun

 From modest beginnings as a preparatory school established by Ms. H. S. Oliphant in 1937, Welham Boys’ has grown to become an established residential school located in Dehradun. Over the last 83 years, the school has groomed generations of boys for roles of responsibility and leadership. A few of our notable alumni are former Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi, Mansur Ali Khan of Pataudi, Mani Shankar Aiyar, Capt Amarinder Singh of Patiala, Shaad Ali to name a few.  Visit

 AAN Charitable Trust, Kashipur
AAN Charitable Trust is an emerging non-profit organization, conceptualized on a single thought that 'a small gesture we make makes a big difference.' AAN is a Social Entrepreneurship with no political or religious background. Aan meaning ‘dignity’ in Hindi is a multi-faceted organization, working towards sustainable development goals (SDGs) particularly good health and well-being, quality education, gender equality, and sustainable cities and communities.

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