Nagpur: True philanthropy is reaching out to the under-privileged. Giving back to society is a concept that is employed in its true word by Round Table India. The local chapters of Round Table India leave no stones unturned in reaching out to the under-privileged.
Working on their commitment to undertake a project every alternate week, Nagpur Spirits Round Table-258 along with Nagpur Ladies Circle-50 and ‘Friends For Care’ Non-Government-Organization, conducted an interactive session on oral and dental hygiene with the children of Vivekanand Prathmik Sadan.
They provided dental and oral hygiene kits sponsored by Tabler Priyank Diwanka and Circler Dr Sakshi Diwanka, who also happened to be the Project Conveners, to 60 underprivileged slum kids studying in the school.
The LAPD session was conducted by Dr Poonam Hudiya of Care Dental Clinic and Circler Dr Sakshi Diwanka, in which they made the kids aware of importance of oral and dental hygiene, significance of washing hands before meals and brushing teeth post meals.
Area Secretary & Treasurer LMF Rahul Agrawala was guest of honor
Those present for the project included Chairperson NLC 50 Circler Esha Agarwal, Vice Chairperson NLC 50 Circler Farheen Rana, Tabler Chairman NSRT-258 Nitin Gopalani, Vice Chairman NSRT-258 Tabler Kshitiz Agrawal, IPC NSRT 258 Tabler Samir Agrawal, Tabler Sidharth Saraf (IPS NSRT 258), Chairman NRT 83 Tabler Nilay Verma, Secretary NRT 83 Tabler Ritesh Saraf, HT Tabler Sharad Agrawal, Tabler Narayan Rathi, Tabler Gautam Himmatramka, Cicler Jaspreet Lamba, Circler Disha Gopalani, Tabler Vishesh Agrawal and Circler Pooja Rathi.
Pics by Shubham Kamble