In this endeavor of distribution of 18000 New School Uniforms to children, we seek your co-operation and wholehearted support to make the event a remarkable one for around 1000 under privileged children. We will distribute 18000 sets of New school uniforms worth 50LAKHS apart from showing them movie “KAALA” and loads of Entertainment thereafter.
THIS PROGRAMME was GRACED BY HOST OF FILM PERSONALITIES ALONG WITH MANY OTHER DIGNITARIES which included Revathi Menon,Namitha, Arundhathi, sanjana singh, Deepak dinakar, and few more
A Brief of Rajasthan Cosmo Club Foundation
Rajasthan Cosmo Club Foundation was formed and registered in 1992 with the objective to lend a helping hand to less fortunate members of society. In pursuance of above objective, a unique CLOTH BANK was started wherein we collect the used and new clothes from society and the same are redistributed to needy people after proper mending, stitching, washing, ironing and polypacking. Under this project more than 160 lakhs clothes have been distributed since inception.
The clothes are distributed to Orphanages, Destitute Homes, Leprosy Homes, Mental Hospitals, Bala Bhavans, Old Age Homes, Institutes like Banyan, Cancer hospital and NGOs besides victims of natural calamities such as Floods, Fires, Tsunami, Earthquake all over India etc. The beneficiaries are underprivileged people irrespective of caste and creed.
RCCF has blossomed into a well-known service organization committed to its goal of RESTORING HUMAN DIGNITY with active involvement of its committed members and society.
A TRUST BOARD monitors the activities of this Trust with the guidance and help experienced social workers. Permanent staff manages the day-to-day operations professionally from our own premises at Nungambakkam, Chennai-34. Rajasthan Cosmo Club Foundation is a Registered Charitable organization and contributions to the trust are exempted under Section 80G of Income Tax Act 1961. Government Authorities, various NGO’s approach Foundation regularly whenever need requires. It has following main types of CLOTH schemes with different beneficiaries in mind.
OLD CLOTHES SCHEME – GAJ BHAR KAPDA
Under this scheme members of our organization collect clothes from the society. Towards this the members of Rajasthan Cosmo Club run various campaigns for collection of old clothes. For convenience of the residents of that area they are informed in advance, through proper publicity.
The collected clothes are segregated according to size, washed, ironed and packed in poly bags under supervision of experienced staff in our premises. The reconditioned clothes are then redistributed to needy people and organizations housing destitutes, orphans, old age people, mental and leprosy patients, street children besides victims of natural calamities such as floods, fires, drought, earthquake, Tsunami etc., So far we distributed more than 21 lacs such clothes in past years since inception
NEW CLOTHES SCHEME
Under this scheme we stitch new clothes in-house with the help of professionally employed tailors by collecting clothes and sample bits from Textile traders and manufactures. Every year around 15,000 plus new cloths are distributed to places like cancer institute, old age homes, various slums etc.
So far, we distributed more than 2.1 lacs cloths, garments, bed sheets etc.
NEW SCHOOL UNIFORM
Under this scheme, New School Uniforms are distributed to needy and deserving students. The uniforms are custom tailored to each student’s specifications. The process takes 5 months with identification of schools, children, taking sizes, ordering fabric, stitching and packing. Every year we distribute a minimum of 15,000 plus sets of uniform to as many children bringing a sense of pride that they are no less privileged.
So far we distributed more than 2.55 lacs uniforms in and around Chennai bringing benefit to more than 250 schools totally.
ABOUT THE EVENT
We have adopted more than 60 schools and shall be distributing around 18000 sets of New School Uniform benefitting as many children. The schools selected are mostly government aided or, if privately run, the education is for poor children with minimal fees, wherein there is a need for such school uniform.
We always do this distribution of uniforms in a memorable way as these children are from under privileged background and are from suburban and mofussil areas, viz., Chengelpet, Villipuram, Cuddalore, Kanchipuram, Tindivanam, Tiruvannamalai, Vellore, Tiruvallur, etc.,
RCCF Specializes in spreading smiles to the less fortunate and believes in restoring human dignity by providing them clothes. We also believe this will encourage more people from society to participate in social development works done by such NGO’s.