#BeBoldForChange. Support India's first agri-based school. | Milaap

#BeBoldForChange. Support India's first agri-based school.


The Good Harvest School is an initiative by young people who are passionate about bringing a positive change in villages through good education. We always compromise when it comes to education standard in a rural setting. Intentionally or not but we clearly have different visions for a girl born in a city and a farmer’s daughter in a village. 

The Good Harvest School is focused to give exceptional educational opportunities for the less fortunate. At the school, an all-girls' environment will provide a wonderful opportunity for girls to explore who they are as young women without social pressure. 



The Start 

Phase One:  This year we are determined to start two classes, Nursery and Kindergarten. Each class will have maximum 30 students. Through Milaap, we are raising donations to support girls to get good education. We need Rs.14,500/- per student to retain them in school for a year. And with your support, we are confident we can.

Your contribution can bring one girl of Pashim Gaon to The Good Harvest School. Contribute now.  




Ask for an update
9th September 2019
We are excited that a lot is happening at the school that you have created. The Good Harvest School is reaching out to more girls from the community and helping them stay in school. Not only villagers but local authorities are appreciating the school’s culture. We are encouraged to see the change around us.
On the agriculture front, for the winter season we are focusing on Broccoli, Purple Cabbage and Mushrooms. Our plan is to slowly become 100% self-sustainable through agricultural income.
I encourage you to visit us whenever time allows you. Please follow our Facebook and Instagram page for frequent updates. Kindly continue to support us. We need a few more classrooms before December. To construct one sq ft of area we need roughly Rs. 1150/-, we are hopeful that slowly we will be able to build it completely.
Thank you so much for your love and trust.  

Regards,
Ashita

We are excited that a lot is happening at the school that you have created. The Good Harvest School is reaching out to more girls from the community and helping them stay in school. Not only villagers but local authorities are appreciating the school’s culture. We are encouraged to see the change around us.
On the agriculture front, for the winter season we are focusing on Broccoli, Purple Cabbage and Mushrooms. Our plan is to slowly become 100% self-sustainable through agricultural income.
I encourage you to visit us whenever time allows you. Please follow our Facebook and Instagram page for frequent updates. Kindly continue to support us. We need a few more classrooms before December. To construct one sq ft of area we need roughly Rs. 1150/-, we are hopeful that slowly we will be able to build it completely.
Thank you so much for your love and trust.  

Regards,
Ashita

15th July 2019


Dear friend,

It's always a joy for me to write on behalf of the school. We have entered into the fourth school year and it's amazing to look back. So many incredible stories and memories we have. Education is and perhaps the only option to empower our society especially girls. In a short span of 3 years all our students have pushed themselves hard and progressed well. We are in awe of their learning skills and enthusiasm. And for all this and more we are indebted to you. Your kind contributions has helped us to continue investing in the all round development of our school girls. Now we are motivated to aim for the next 20 years. We are gearing up to build proper classrooms and basic amenities, with this new campaign we are raising funds for the construction and a mini bus. We are hopeful that we would continue to get your support. I am also excited to announce that by 2022 we are aiming to be 100% self sufficient. Which means that we would only need your love and blessings to run the school and of course your visit would be a cherry on the cake. We are hopeful.
In the month of April this year we had the wonderful opportunity to present the idea of green school for rural girls at two TEDx events of which one talk is uploaded. Please watch it, and share. Here’s the link


We request you to kindly support us generously and encourage people around to contribute towards one square feet of construction area. According to our estimation one sq ft construction would cost roughly Rs.1150/-. Our goal this year is beyond our capabilities, but when we see our girls coming to school every day with so much joy we are willing to push ourselves. And ultimately we have our hope in God and you dear friend.
Here’s the link to our new campaign. Please visit it and share it with your friends and family.
https://milaap.org/fundraisers/thegoodharvestschool2019

Thanks again.
Ashita Nath
+91 9161438161


Dear friend,

It's always a joy for me to write on behalf of the school. We have entered into the fourth school year and it's amazing to look back. So many incredible stories and memories we have. Education is and perhaps the only option to empower our society especially girls. In a short span of 3 years all our students have pushed themselves hard and progressed well. We are in awe of their learning skills and enthusiasm. And for all this and more we are indebted to you. Your kind contributions has helped us to continue investing in the all round development of our school girls. Now we are motivated to aim for the next 20 years. We are gearing up to build proper classrooms and basic amenities, with this new campaign we are raising funds for the construction and a mini bus. We are hopeful that we would continue to get your support. I am also excited to announce that by 2022 we are aiming to be 100% self sufficient. Which means that we would only need your love and blessings to run the school and of course your visit would be a cherry on the cake. We are hopeful.
In the month of April this year we had the wonderful opportunity to present the idea of green school for rural girls at two TEDx events of which one talk is uploaded. Please watch it, and share. Here’s the link


We request you to kindly support us generously and encourage people around to contribute towards one square feet of construction area. According to our estimation one sq ft construction would cost roughly Rs.1150/-. Our goal this year is beyond our capabilities, but when we see our girls coming to school every day with so much joy we are willing to push ourselves. And ultimately we have our hope in God and you dear friend.
Here’s the link to our new campaign. Please visit it and share it with your friends and family.
https://milaap.org/fundraisers/thegoodharvestschool2019

Thanks again.
Ashita Nath
+91 9161438161
26th April 2019

Dear friends,

We are humbled by the amount of support that we have received in the last three years. You have helped us establish, sustain and now we are planning to expand the school. We are about to finish this year’s academic session and the entire year has been truly encouraging. Our students have become a better version of themselves. And so have we.

Their lives inspire us every day. But now that we are growing we are making some big decisions for the next year. We need more classrooms to accommodate new children and better basic facilities. Currently we are working on our campus’s layout, voluntarily a team of Delhi Architects is helping us. Along with this mail I am sharing the first draft of it. We would be happy to receive any feedback on it. We have always believed that The Good Harvest School is a collective effort and we have come thus far with the continuous support extended by you dear partners.

In the month of April, we were invited to give talks at two TEDx events, where we could share about the school and the importance of teaching agriculture from the beginning. And all this we were able to do because you believed in us.

For this academic session we are extending our campaign for two more weeks. We will end the campaign on 15 May. Thank you again for supporting us. We wish that someday you can visit us and see how much change you have brought in the lives of young girls.

Thank you so much for all the love and support.

Much love.
The Good Harvest Team.
https://milaap.org/fundraisers/thegoodharvestschool2018/

Dear friends,

We are humbled by the amount of support that we have received in the last three years. You have helped us establish, sustain and now we are planning to expand the school. We are about to finish this year’s academic session and the entire year has been truly encouraging. Our students have become a better version of themselves. And so have we.

Their lives inspire us every day. But now that we are growing we are making some big decisions for the next year. We need more classrooms to accommodate new children and better basic facilities. Currently we are working on our campus’s layout, voluntarily a team of Delhi Architects is helping us. Along with this mail I am sharing the first draft of it. We would be happy to receive any feedback on it. We have always believed that The Good Harvest School is a collective effort and we have come thus far with the continuous support extended by you dear partners.

In the month of April, we were invited to give talks at two TEDx events, where we could share about the school and the importance of teaching agriculture from the beginning. And all this we were able to do because you believed in us.

For this academic session we are extending our campaign for two more weeks. We will end the campaign on 15 May. Thank you again for supporting us. We wish that someday you can visit us and see how much change you have brought in the lives of young girls.

Thank you so much for all the love and support.

Much love.
The Good Harvest Team.
https://milaap.org/fundraisers/thegoodharvestschool2018/
Rs.318,249 raised

Goal: Rs.435,000

Beneficiary: The Good Food T... info_outline

Supporters (66)

Ayesha
Ayesha donated Rs.1,000
Anoj
Anoj donated Rs.1,450

Matching payment towards Anonymous’ contribution

Seshadri
Seshadri donated Rs.7,250
Anoj
Anoj donated Rs.500

Matching payment towards Venkatraman’s contribution

A
Anand donated Rs.2,500
A
Anonymous donated $25