We are fundraising to 'Save the People Hit By the Nepal Earthquake'

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Why am I fundraising?

Whilst the Summer Vacations are on, the kids are our largest resource to do something productive and help the needy. The idea is to get the kids to make bags/bracelets/baskets/greeting cards/other handicraft items to raise funds and help kids in Nepal. 


NOTE: Parents Please Ensure You Upload Pictures of Your Child's Handmade Goods and Sales Endeavours in the Comments Section Below. We Certainly Don't Want Parents to Donate Money Without the Kids Raising It On Their Own Accord. 

What do I plan to do with the funds?

We plan to give the proceeds to the PM's Relief Fund, who will buy tents, medicines and basic relief material to those in need, in Nepal

FAQs

How will the children collect money?

The idea is simple, we will share tutorials for children to make things which they can sell to others and collect proceeds.

How Will that Money Reach The Young Chronicle?
Since we can take payments only via cards, we would request parents to pay an amount equivalent to that earned by the child, via the milaap platform.

What Will The Young Chronicle do with this Money?
The Proceeds from the Milaap platform will go straight to the PMs Relief Fund, which is the most credible source providing relief material to Nepal earthquake victims.

Why Should My CHild Be Part of this Initiative?
Your child should be part of this initiative as he/she will learn
1) to make something new
2) the art of selling
3) how much happiness and satisfaction a good deed gives
4) get badges and certificates from The Young Chronicle, for the effort put in 




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