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  • 5 May 2020 12:28 PM | Deleted user

    Our Trustee and National Treasurer Sh. Harish Shenoy ji addressed Mask for Mysuru Campaign to Media.

    Our initiative Mask for Mysore is well received by lot of NGOs who want to partner with us.

    It's been covered by local media too.

    Basically, it's an effort to donate 1 lakh reusable masks and also run a campaign to educate the right use of the mask and disposal.


  • 15 Apr 2019 3:04 PM | Deleted user

    With the motto of Joy of Giving, we at YFS stepped into the new year 2019, with a hope and ambition to achieve further more in facilitating volunteering among the people. In total 63 volunteers participated in various events held in the month of January 2019.

    Alongwith the involvement of volunteers in regular activities of YFS, 63 volunteers participated in the Partner NGO events in the month of January 2019.

    New Year celebration, at Government School children:

    To welcome the New Year school at government school, few volunteers engaged in distribution of stationary, in conducting drawing session, distribution of snacks.

    Sankranthi at Amritadhara Gou Loka , with We Gopals:

    The festival of harvest, was rejoiced by our volunteers by visiting gaushala and involving in the activities of cooking pongal, kite flying, Cleaning of the cowshed,preparing lamps from dung, and other activities . Children,also participated in the activities. A knowledge sharing session on preparing Jeevaamrutha and nature for cow , an interactive session was also held.

    Satsang and Food Distribution at Kidwai, in association with Swami Vivekananda Shrestha Bharatha Prathisthana:

    This volunteering activity happens on the first Sunday of every month. The volunteersbecome part of the Satsang, help in distributing food to Patients and their caretakers. Hygiene kits were also distributed to the inmates.

    Filling of pot holes at Koramanagala, with NGO PotHoleRaja:

    Volunteer involvement started with identifying the place most affected with pot holes , followed by filling them. The pothole filling activity happened Koramangala area

    Meet the Paws at Sai Shelter Homes, with NGO Volunteers for Cause:

    Our volunteers had an opportunity to get sensitized about the animal welfare and also render their seva at Sai shelter Homes, which takes care of Stray dogs. The volunteers were involved in dog bathing, applying disinfectants to them and playing with them.

    Blind Movie screening at Deepa Academy for visually impaired children, with Enable India:

    Volunteers here, were involved in watching a movie and simultaneously explaining it to their accompanying visually impaired person , thus helping in visualizing the movie. This also made volunteer to know the techniques of them understand the challenges faced by a visually impaired person and also helped in developing the ability to communication just by audibility and not with visibility.

    Swachh Bharat Mission at Lalbagh Flower show with Saahas Zero Waste:

    Volunteers were a part of the campaign that created awareness to the public on segregation of waste at the source,guided visitors on waste disposal and on usage of specific bin for wet and dry waste

  • 15 Apr 2019 3:00 PM | Deleted user

    Ever thought of benefits in saving paper or recycling

    According to research 17% students dropout of school at secondary level and major reason being financial inconsistency due to unemployed parents is the main cause of school drop. On the other hand deforestation is one of the main environmental problems we’re facing in these times. For every 8,333 sheets of paper a huge tree is being felled. Is it really worth it to cut down our life saving trees for this product? Over 200 Crore unused sheets of paper is reaching the landfills every year just in Karnataka. To address these multidimensional issues Youth for Seva aims to run a project “Give Paper Back”, by reusing the unused books at the end of academic year.

    This project initiated by YFS in the year 2016. Lead the project and be a part of our team to produce thousands of note-books from unused pages of old books, wherein we collect notebooks from Schools , colleges and apartments . Collected books will be segregated and the unused sheets will be further rebound and generated as new books.

    Hence generated books will be given with another project “School kit drive”. In this the underprivileged children throughout Karnataka are provided 1school bag , geometric instruments and books.

    Last year we collected 1,73,500 books with the help of 1024 Volunteers. More than 43,000 children were benefited.

    What Can You Do?

    Give Paper Back campaigning and collection can be initiated in your schools, apartments, colleges and communities provided books collected should be dropped off to Chamarjpet by  25th April,2019. We need volunteers who can take up leadership roles and monitor the collection,segregation and transportation of books in various parts of Bengaluru.

    Please do revert for further clarifications: Bhargavi Nagabhushan +91 73378 13526

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