Jain University MBA Students Visit SCEAD Foundation

JAIN UNIVERSITY MBA Students volunteers
Date:16,17,18 September 2011
Venue :Bangalore ,Mandya (INDIA)

Chandana - "Nobody can do everything but everyone can do something" .  I was very delighted to visit kids at Snehalaya  I would like to thank Daniel and sister Bina for giving  me this opportunity. The kids have inspired me so much so that as a Post graduate I would definitely be a helping hand to various such NGOs in the world together with Scead Foundation and Snehalaya

Shoaib - Visiting Snehalya  in Mandya was a difficult task but it's worth. Children make our life inspiring, same way visiting HIV Positive kids here made my day and they were actually the one who actually taught me what life meant. First time I see them I never felt that they were actually affected by the disease and I believe they are not. I heartfully thank SijuDaniel and Sister Bina for giving me and my friends the opportunity to serve for the kids and learn many things from them. I will never forget the kid who said "Anna punomme banni" (Bro, come again!). 

Sneha - Being kids lover spending time at Snehalaya  was awesome. Thanks to Scead foundation and the trust. I was very sad when I learnt that the kids were HIV positive though they din't seem like that. I was very happy to hear from Sister Bina that the kids study in normal schools as the other kids did. they have truly inspired me and definitely i would do something for them in future.

Adnan -  It was my  first visit to an  NGO (SCEAD Founation) I thank you for assisting us to visit Snehalaya  which was a great experience and help me gain a lot of knowledge from you as well as sister Bina. I never knew about kids suffering from HIV disease but after visiting this place I have great respect for Sijudaniel and Sister Bina who is trying best to take care of the kids who are suffering from HIV. The important lesson I have learnt from you guys that HIV does not spread by touching and look forward to make aware the common people.

Vivek - It was a first time when I met a HIV affected children. I was happy to see sister Bina who is helping these children who are ignored by the world as well as their parents. Well all I can say that it was a very different experience of my life and I was glad to contribute them part of my life. I look forward to contribute them in future.


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