Nagpur: Women often join hands to show their might in the men’s world, to join hands for small chores to make a big difference!
So be it coming together to weave a quilt, mastering the culinary skills in kitchen, clubbing together, or anything that hints at making collective effort, when women do it, they do it differently.
Taking social cause to next level, a group of women from Pratap Nagar area has come together and has formed “Aamhi Khaas Foundation” with common motive of supporting and educating the underprivileged kids/women of the city.
“Aamhi Khaas” Foundation, Pratap Nagar , recently paid a courtesy visit to Vimalashram Gharkul –an orphanage run by noted social worker Mr Ram Ingole at Udya Nagar to get his blessings and meet the under privileged kids of orphanage .
Members of ‘Aaamhi Khaas’ Foundation Smita Dravekar, Pranjali Najpande, Anita Manapure, Pragati Pathak, Seema Khadse, Ashwini Karape and Devyani Pande met Ram Ingole and also handed over a cheque of respected amount as a donation to Vimalashram.
On the occasion Ram Ingloe narrated his experiences in social work as well as briefed members about the work done by Vimlashram Gharkul for such kids.
Members Smita Dravekar, Pranjali Najpande, Anita Manapure, Pragati Pathak, Seema Khadse, Ashwini Karape and Devyani Pande have thanked Ram Ingole for his valuable guidance and showing a proper way to foundation in carrying out their duties in future.