The Foundation aims to raise funds worth INR 17,00,000 as a part of this fundraising campaign
Mumbai: Mother’s Day is one of the most special and celebrated days in India and across the world. To commemorate this day in a truly meaningful way, Miracle Foundation India,a non-profit organization based in New Delhi has teamed up with Dell to raise funds to brighten up the lives of children without parental supervision and, ultimately, find a loving family for every child.
As a part of this Mother’s Day campaign, Miracle Foundation India will engage with the employees from Dell to run a fundraising campaign. The employees can make a donation in honour of their mom (or the special mother figure in their lives). The donations will empower housemothers who shower endless love of a mom on the orphaned children.
More enduring than flowers, less indulgent than chocolates, this Mother’s Day gift is sure to be every mom’s favourite gift ever.
The activities will be processed at Dell’s offices in Gurugram (NCR) and Hyderabad.
Speaking on this association, Ms. Nivedita DasGupta, Country Head of Miracle Foundation said, “Being involved of such huge corporate is an added advantage to our foundation. With our joint efforts, this Mother’s Day, we will be able to empower the Housemother’s along with the children without parental care and I hope our association can make a huge impact in their life.”
“We at Dell are proud to partner with Miracle Foundation in this wonderful initiative. Every Mother’s contribution is immense in the growth and development of a kid’s life, and to honour andrecognise that, Miracle Foundation is undertaking a tremendous initiative for children without parental care by giving them care and hope to build a strong future. I am happy my extended team could participate and make a difference this Mother’s Day”, Nupur Puri of Dell, added.
There are 8 million institutionalised children around the world, many of whom languish in orphanages without access to nutritious food, clean water, a quality education and medical care. Surprisingly, 80% of these kids have a living family member. Most families wouldn’t leave their children in institutions if they had the right support to care for them. The fact is, many children are in orphanages because their families are poor and can’t afford to feed or educate them. This is no reason to be institutionalised.