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TWEET FROM UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF STATE On SCEAD Foundation India for COVID 19 SERVICE

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United States Secretary of State .. we thank  our SCEAD FOUNDATION  Member Arun Sivag for connecting us   and for his continuous work towards COVID 19 crisis


Arun Sivag, a Bengaluru based musician, social entrepreneur and founder of GlobalKulture along with the Exchange Alumni distributed 12,000 kilograms of food, essential supplies and medicines to the vulnerable communities in Bengaluru in April.

Sivag assisted the SCEAD Foundation and Ragarashmi Foundation while undertaking this humanitarian task amidst the outbreak of the coronavirus.Lauding their efforts, Pompeo tweeted, "Exchange Alumni getting it done in India. Arun Sivag your humanitarian spirit and service inspires us all."
The US Consulate of Chennai too tweeted, " we thank Exchange Alumni, Arun Sivag for his service to the people affected by COVID-19. This April he assisted SCEAD Foundation and Ragarashmi Foundation with distributing 12,000 kg of food, essential supplies and medicines to vulnerable communiti…

covid 19 relief work link

Charity brings to life again those who are spiritually dead.

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Charity brings to life again those who are spiritually dead.
In the times of trouble and need, SCEAD is trying to help
and lend a hand to everyone in our capacity. In this spirit,
we lent our hands to 25 families in Kemp Fort Slum.
He who has never denied himself for the sake of giving,
has but glanced at the joys of charity. We believe this charity helps us more than the needy.
Helps us believe in humanity. An initiative by Scead also served the roads of J. P. Nagar. 

“No one has ever become poor by giving.” ―Anne Frank. Bringing the quote into the light, SCEAD helped the labourers of Assam and Bihar from Deepanjali Nagar. 

“Since you get more joy out of giving joy to others,
you should put a good deal of thought into the happiness that you are able to give.
” ―Eleanor Roosevelt. We experienced the joy of giving by
distributing groceries to the household of Thanisandra. 

extended our heartiest gratitude to the frontline heroes in Khaki by
distributing water bottles in various areas of Ben…

DONATE PACKAGED FOOD TO THE HOMELESS AND DAILY WAGE WORKERS : COVID 19 CRISIS

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collection center : drop your food packets and water bottle Venue:front of URBAN LADDER building 7th Main Road, #565, 9th Cross Rd, Sarakki, 3rd Phase, J. P. Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560078

Swedish Jazz Music Concert on Women empowerment and Climate Change

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Olimpias Orkan from Gothenburg,
Sweden, came together in 2017 with the intention
of creating music that pushes boundaries and challenges the norms of jazz by
exploring the infinite possibilities of a seven-piece band. ​With vivid melodies,
energetic improvisation and a strong interaction on stage, the septet catches the ears
and hearts of the listeners. The lyrics depicts a wide range of emotions that can
occur in a human being and portrays the injustice in society in an honest and open
way.

The band consists of:
Vocals
Alto saxophone/clarinets
Tenor saxophone/clarinet
Tenor saxophone/bass clarinet
Piano
Bass
Drums

INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEERS WORK SUMMER 2019

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We present you some of our volunteers from June / July 2019 and their work with children in the slums and at St Gaspar's school.  Here you will find Georgia, a volunteer from Albania who has volunteered mainly in the slums of Bangalore to offer extra-curricular activities and offer help in the school of these slums.


Here are other pictures showing other volunteers doing yoga, doing activities in slums with children and a teacher in a slum school.
Here is the work of our volunteer Aishwarya from France who volunteered at St Gaspar's School in Bangalore (Doddanagamangala). She gave French lessons to 8th-grade, 9th-grade and 10th-grade students.