Skip to main content


BIHAR back to school campaign December 2021 @ sasaram Bhihar INDIA

 Distribution of free stationery and sports equipment among the young budding minds in a government school in Sasaram, Bihar was recently undertaken by the SCEAD Foundation in collaboration with ‘SABAL SASARAM.’   Saurabh  a member of the  SCEAD foundation, leading some other volunteers travelled to Bihar to interact with these children and provide them with resources to flourish, develop and explore new areas for a comprehensive education. The tiny tots were elated at the prospect of trying different games and activities on receiving this. This campaign was launched with the aim of giving underprivileged students diverse and fun opportunities to discover their potential.
Recent posts

volunteers at HIV HOME November 2021

Joins us in serving  this valuable Kid's. 

International literacy day September 8th 2021

Together we can change this world by educating everyone, raise awareness on this day and help the poor children with education. 

Sending Smile to 500 underprivileged Children through Stationery and sports materials August 2021

Sending Smile to 500 underprivileged though Stationery and sports materials  Karnataka India   

SCEAD Peace Signature Campaign letter from Japanese consulate ,CEO, Students,Artist ,Teacher ,Principal across Bangalore for Honourable Mr. Narendra Modi Ji, Prime Minister of India 6th August 2021

  Siju Thomas Daniel

Hiroshima and Nagasaki day with, Deputy Consul-General of Japan Katsumasa Maruo 6th August 2021 @Bangalore India

Hiroshima and Nagasaki  day with, Deputy Consul-General of Japan  Katsumasa Maru  6th August 2021  Deputy Consul-General of Japan  Katsumasa Maruo  Hemanshu Verneker is the CEO of Zentree Labs a global Technology Solution Company .Zentree labs has been a strong Supporter of SCEAD  Education Initiatives and more Recently Covid Relief efforts  ART WORK BY BABITA SAXENA  Siju Thomas Daniel   

live Music concert for children at govt school and home for HIV

            International musicians Nema Vinkeloe Uuskyla and Biggi Vinkeloe       performing LIve for INDIA