The Bhikshandehi campaign truly saved the children of the Rama Vidya Kendra school in Mangalore who were betrayed by the government of Karnataka. The Siddaramaiah government shamelessly stopped all the food supplies to Rama Vidya Kendra just for political reasons.
Today Janardhana Reddy, Lalesh Reddy, Raj gopal reddy, Parvath Shetty, Tammesh Gowda, Jaswanth Seth have together contributed a massive amount of Rs 26 lakhs for the school which has made the total amount to 38 Lakhs in just 10 days. Mr Janardhan Reddy who visited the school today morning, immediately announced 26 Lakhs for the school seeing the plight of the children.
This amount has assured another 6 months food to the poor students. The children have expressed their deep gratitude to all people for generously contributing for the cause and thanked them for their help.
This school houses 3016 students, Gives moral education with other regular syllabus, 94% of the school children belong to Scheduled Casts, and is the biggest Kannada Medium School in entire Karnataka.
The school until now received food from Kollur Mookambika Temple, but government ordered the temple to stop all supplies to school which left over 3000 students in hunger. The Postcard.news started a camapign to raise funds for the school which turned out to be a huge a success with people from all quarters donating generously to the campaign. In a span of 5 days, the school received 12 lakhs and 4,500 kilos rice.
— C.T.Ravi (@CTRavi_BJP) August 18, 2017
— #gurukulsukanya iyer (@sukanyaiyer2) August 18, 2017
The cost of meal for one student is Rs 10 per day. The cost for 3000 students is 30,000 per day. So your small amount Rs 10 also will help the school provide one meal for a kid.
You can contribute to the school directly by sending the amount to below bank account:
You can fund through banking.
Sri Rama Vidya Kendra Trust
A/C : 2832500100045001
IFSC code : KARB0000283
And, send the copy of the receipt to either of the below links.
E-mail: [email protected]
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