We are very delighted to report the successful progress of the initiative taken by ISKCON Varanasi to help Deaf & Dumb Children in India.
Under this project, we connect to deaf & dumb children, organizes retreats & food for them, provide computer education to make them TechWizs for a better-abled future.
Last quarter, We conducted a retreat at our center in Bangalore on International Deaf Day. We connected to 30 children, organized magic shows, edutainment programs had cake cutting, and provided food for them. We had invited guests & experts from different areas to guide, help, and motivate the children.
We are very thankful to all the donors, guests, experts, and volunteers who made this possible to serve the children in better ways.
We would also like you to have a look at our other projects and share them with your friends.
We are very delighted to report the successful progress of the Anti- Addiction initiative taken by ISKCON Varanasi to help youths come out Self Destructive Addictive Habits.
As a part of this project, we conduct various seminars, workshops, camps for youths where we educate them about the negative impact of addictions, how to overcome them, and facilitate them to overcome those habits.
In the last quarter, 200+ youths have been benefitted from our workshops and seminars conducted both offline and online.
To help youths in distressful situations we organized different online seminars on leaving healthy life, dealing with anxiety; where we invited experts from different fields to help students.
We hope and strive to reach out to more youth this year and save them from jaws of addiction and for this, we seek your support.
We would also like you to know about our other initiatives to help the youths and society.
We are very thankful to our donors, experts from different fields to join us, and volunteers who helped us to reach out and help more and more youths to shape their life and career.
One last thing—sharing our project with your friends and family helps us spread the word about our work and continue to grow our community of supporters like you. If you’re willing to share the story of our work with your network, we’d be incredibly grateful.
Oct 12, 2021
Stitching Centre at RajaTalab
By Vivek Kumar - Project Leader
We are delighted to report about the successful progress of our initiative to provide Livelihood for Rural Women.
ISKCON Varanasi with the help of the HOPE Welfare Trust is building a Stitching Centre & Cottage product center at the village of Raja Talab in Varanasi, India. This center will facilitate the rural women of nearby areas in skills like stitching and home-based small industry, with the focus to make them self-dependent and have an alternative source of earning a livelihood to help their families so that none of them falls prey to domestic abuse or human trafficking in want of basic necessities.
Last quarter we provided training to 15 women in basic stitching.
The stitching center is under construction and we are hoping to get it completed by March 2021.
We are very thankful to all donors and volunteers to help us in this cause.