Shiv Nadar School Raises Rs 10 Lakh For Kerala Flood Victims
Teachers and Staff of Shiv Nadar School in Noida, Faridabad and Gurugram (a not-for-profit initiative of the Shiv Nadar Foundation in K12 private education) raised a sum of Rs 10 lakhs for the Kerala flood victims, by donating a day’s salary to the cause.
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The cheque for “Kerela Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund (CMDRF)” was handed over to the Resident Commissioner of Kerala, Puneet Kumar at the Kerela Bhavan, New Delhi on Teacher’s day, the 5th of September.
Parents and students also voluntarily donated clothes, umbrellas and dry ration which was sent to the flood victims
The Shiv Nadar School is a not-for-profit initiative of the Shiv Nadar Foundation in K12 private education to deliver educational excellence and provide education for life. With three schools in the NCR, The Shiv Nadar School provides students an environment that challenges them into discovering their talent and skills, with an aim to nurture ethical, respectful, happy and purposeful citizens of society. Over 3500 students and their parents, along with a team of 550 educators, are a part of the Shiv Nadar School family.
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