In this, the year end of giving, we thank you for all you have done for the CHHASE over the years. Your support has given vision and Education with bright future to MEENA. Your support has meant so much to us, and we hope you’ll consider helping us continue to bring development to under-served women, girls tribal children and disabled youth this year, 2014. Every under privileged has a dream. You can help their dream come true. Your sponsorship will ensure that under privileged to access to quality training, better education, good health and better living conditions etc.
On behalf of all our programs during 2013, CHHASE would like to thank you for your generous donation to help them.
“Instead of giving a fish, give a fish net.”
Our service has not come to an end, instead major act starts from here. In 2014, CHHASE is planning to cross one more milestone with your support.
Please consider telling your friends and family about our project - share the link on your blogs or social networks, use the tell-a-friend feature on the project page to email your network, or just bring us up in conversation. You know your friends and family tell them why you chose our project and what it means to you.
Trainings are great opportunities for our women and girls to further develop their marketable skills and therefore a little step towards self independence.
Many thanks again for your support! We will continue to keep you updated about our work and events of the following months.
We CHHASE and our staff, on behalf of MEENA & the under privileged and tribal children of our program happily Wish you“Merry X’Mas”
In this “Merry X’Mas” occasion, we pray god to give you good health, sound wealth and peace to you and to your beloved ones. In this happy occasion, we would like to share some of the most important events with you about the program you have supported. CHHASE has educated 4500+ under privileged and tribal children through our program. Your support helped us to provide 500 school bags, after school program to 1000 children, 80 new dresses to tribal children, Eye treatment and specs to MEENA, a tribal girl, who got hurt her eyes, while playing, writing material to tribal children and school fees etc.
In fact, it is a big achievement for us. It was possible, because of your generous donations to CHHASE. You are a great benefactor to our under privileged & tribal children. In this regard, we thank you for your support to take our project a step further and CHHASE humbly request you to kindly support to this ongoing project.
“Education is the most powerful weapon, which you can use to change the world.”
Your support towards these under privileged children will bring bright future and make them remember you lifelong. Our beneficiary parent said that “ Traditionally, I am from tribal family. We are uneducated for generations. I work as a wood cutter. This help we got for child MEENA gave her eye sight and helped her to go to school. I want my children to be educated, but my family condition is worse and I am not able to buy even a school bag to my children and feed them. But CHHASE is providing free school kit, new dresses, writing materials and school fees to our children. We are thanking you for providing this help to our children”
I would like to sincerely thank you all on behalf of the staff and on behalf of the under privileged tribal children for your generous donations to CHHASE.
In this thanks giving letter we would like to share some of the most important events with you about the program you have supported. CHHASE has given eye treatment and specs to MEENA, a tribal girl, who got hurt her eyes, while playing.
It was possible, because of your generous donations to CHHASE. You are a great benefactor to our under privileged & tribal children. In this regard, we thank you for your support to give treatment to Meena, providing, and school fee and school kit.
On behalf of the CHHASE and staff, thank you for your hard-earned sacrifice with your donation.
Your donation helped MEENA for eye treatment and buying of specs. Now she has become our after school teacher for her community (Tribal) and teaching for 21 children in her hamlet.We are paying her remuneration for this act.
She is going to continue her 12th grade this year ( from june,2013)and her school fees and school kit cost will be met by us. Also she will continue her after school teaching in the evenings (one hour) and will get salary, which will be sufficient for her nedds and can able to save small amount for her future requirement.
Now you have give her vision and better future. With out your help we are unable to succeed this difficult situation.
We once again thank for your donation and expect you to continue your greatfulness in our ongoing projects.
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