Diwali for all – 2018 – Team Everest

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November 30, 2018|Read Time:6 mins



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“Being a tailor, I used to stitch new dresses for others but could not provide one to my children, this keeps breaking my heart” says Muthulakshmi a single mother of two whose husband passed away many year ago due to heart attack.

There are hundreds of such stories which are the reason behind Team Everest’s ‘Diwali for All’ initiative.

This year we have got 710 new dresses for parentless kids, single-parented kids, financially poor kids, homeless people, visually challenged, differently abled and kids at rural places. Thanks to all the donors who contributed towards this initiative.

Choosing your Diwali dress is always a special and exciting moment we wanted the kids to experience it. So we provided a token which they can use to shop their dresses from the shop we partnered with. The happiness of choosing their new dress can be seen in their faces.

For others who were not able to visit the shop, we bought dresses and distributed it to them. Here are some memorable moments during this year ‘Diwali for All’:

Kids shopping for their Diwali dress

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Parentless & Single Parented Kids in Arni, Tiruvannamalai Dt, Tamilnadu

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Our students visited an old age home to distribute Diwali dresses for grandma’s and grandpa’s there! Senior Citizens in old age home

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We met homeless people in different places and gave them dresses for Diwali!

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We also gave dresses to 300+ kids in 10 different villages in Tamilnadu.

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We distributed dresses to Visually Challenged friends.

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Dresses for our Differently abled friends.

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Thank you volunteers for making this Diwali a memorable one. Let’s keep making a difference.

To volunteer for other activities of Team Everest, whatsapp us at +91 89399 12365.

 

 

 

 

 

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