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Plant a tree: save earth & lives

by Community Health, Housing and Social Education (CHHASE)
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
Plant a tree: save earth & lives

Hi supporter and donor,

On behalf of CHHASE board members and staff, thank you for your hard-earned sacrifice with your donation.

CHHASE has arranged 1500 plants to be planted in 3 schools and distribute freely to school children. we have printed 10,000 pamphlets with slogans as follows:

  1. Each one plant one tree.
  2. Plant tree, save earth.
  3. Use solar energy to save earth.
  4. Use CFL lamps to minimize power, etc……..

During end of February and March,2012, CHHASE would likely to complete the planting programme in 3 schools and create awareness to 10,000 general public by issuing pamphlets.

Our volunteers are motivating vacant land owners, to plant fruit and firewood trees to earn and to the save the earth from global warming. we are expecting, at least 50 Acres of empty land will be planted with fruit and fire wood trees.

Our continued effort in creating awareness in the schools made children to be interested to grow trees at their homes and many schools are interested to conduct awareness camps at their schools and want of plants distribution to their school children. This kind of increased interest, encourage us to give awareness in more schools. This success is brought by your donation and the credit goes to you only.

CHHASE helps the local public to have a long term understanding of the importance of preserving the environment and to adopt environmental sustainable practices in their everyday lives.

Once again CHHASE and its staff thank you for your donation and support..

CHHASE staff request you to continue your support in our future projects.

Thanking you

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Hi supporter and donor,

On behalf of CHHASE board members and staff, thank you for your hard-earned sacrifice with your donation. In our last letter, we wrote that CHHASE brought awareness to 1200 school children, distributed 500  plants to children and distributed 5000 awareness creating pamphlets to general public. Many people are need of saplings to grow at their homes.

Now the schools children are interested to grow trees at their homes and many schools are interested to conduct awareness camps at their schools and want of plants distribution to their school children. Slowly, but steadily, we are creating awareness to the staff of schools, children and general public.

This kind of increased interest, encourage us to give awareness in more schools. This success is brought by your donation and the credit goes to you only.

CHHASE helps the local public to have a long term understanding of the importance of preserving the environment and to adopt environmental sustainable practices in their everyday lives.

Once again CHHASE and its staff thank you for your donation and support..

CHHASE staff request you to continue your support in our future projects.

Thanking you

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Hi supporter and donor,

On behalf of CHHASE board members and staff, thank you for your hard-earned sacrifice with your donation.

Now recently only our schools received Samacheer kalvi text books ,  our school programmes will start at the end of sept 2011. In the mean time, we are preparing ourselves to create awareness on “Zero waste management “ to school children,  Self help group members and to general. This Zero waste management awareness, we want to include with our existing tree planting programme. If any other topic  you feel important, kindly let us know.

CHHASE helps the local public to have a long term understanding of the importance of preserving the environment and to adopt environmental sustainable practices in their everyday lives.

Once again CHHASE and its staff thank you for your donation and support..

CHHASE staff request you to continue your support in our future projects.

Thanking you

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook

Hi supporter and donor,

On behalf of CHHASE board members and staff, thank you for your hard-earned sacrifice with your donation. In our last letter, we wrote that CHHASE brought awareness to 1200 school children, distributed 500  plants to children and distributed 5000 awareness creating pamphlets to general public. Many people are want of saplings to grow at their homes.

Now June, 15th the schools are reopening after summer holidays and many schools are interested to conduct awareness camps at their schools and want of plants distribution to their school children. Slowly, but steadily, we are creating awareness to the staff of schools, children and general public.

This kind of increased interest, encourage us to give awareness in more schools. This success is brought by your donation and the credit goes to you only.

CHHASE helps the local public have a long term understanding of the importance of preserving the environment and to adopt environmental sustainable practices in their everyday lives.

Once again CHHASE and its staff thank you for your donation and support..

CHHASE staff request you to continue your support in our future projects.

 

Thanking you

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On behalf of the CHHASE board members and staff, thank you for your hard-earned sacrifice with your donation. 28th February,2011, CHHASE provided 500 plants to 500 children to grow and take care at their homes. As a part of environmental awareness, we have conducted a rally with 1200 children. We have distributed 5000 awareness raising pamphlets to general public. This tree planting programme created a greater awareness to general public and to school children. This programme, we conducted by inviting our local district environmental coordinator and local police. CHHASE helps the local public have a long term understanding of the importance of preserving the environment and to adopt environmental sustainable practices in their everyday lives. Now there are 10 schools waiting for our plants to issue in their schools. Will you help us to provide plants to 10 more schools? Thank you,

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Community Health, Housing and Social Education (CHHASE)

Location: Tiruvallur District, Tamilnadu - India
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Project Leader:
Vincent paul Bellamkonda
Director
Tiruvallur, Tamil nadu India

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