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Holistic development includes physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, moral, and cognitive development associated with healthy living. Sneh Social Welfare Foundation conducts various activities, and events meant for the overall holistic improvement of the society who are underprivileged.

The role of social welfare is to represent prospective patterns of collective choice as to alternative social states for achieving the optimal distribution of income. We bridge the gap by joint efforts with a team of like-minded professionals and volunteers.

A health check-up camp was organized at our organization on April 27th, 2024, with the intention of raising awareness about the importance of health check-ups and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. "Health is very important, and being healthy should be a part of your everyday life. Regular health check-ups are crucial.

The motto of our organization is "Healthy Living and High Thinking." This reflects our dedication to not only nurturing academic excellence but also prioritizing the well-being of our students. Through initiatives like this health check-up camp, we aim to instill in our students the value of prioritizing their health and making informed choices for a better future.

Inspiring Through Spectrum: Every Child’s Talent Matters

On the occasion of Autism Awareness, Holy Heart Special School (A unit of: Sneh Social Welfare Foundation) organized Cultural Programme for the children with special needs. 

The event held on April 20th, 2024, at the National Institute of Social Defence (Sector 10, Dwarka, New Delhi), was a heartfelt endeavor to provide children with special needs a platform to showcase their abilities and creativity. Through cultural programs, these children were given the opportunity to express themselves and share their talents with the community. The event aimed to promote inclusivity and highlight the unique strengths of each participant, fostering a sense of acceptance and appreciation for individuals with special needs.

Event was started with Lighting the lamp.

We invited 12 schools to be a part of this event. This event was classified into following categories:
Solo Dance | Solo Singing | Group Dance

A special thanks to our Chief Guests, Mr. Rahul Aggarwal Sir (Deputy Director | Department of Social Welfare), Dr. Praveen Suman (Senior Consultant Development & Behavioral Pediatrics)  and our Judges, Ms. Monica Dinesh (Founder : Astitav- Centre for Empowerment, Delhi), Mr. Rakesh Kumar (Course Coordinator, AAROH (TTI))

Best Overall Performance honored with trophy. All the students were prized with medals and certificates. Lunch was distributed to all.
 

Ram Navami is a Hindu festival that honors the birth of Lord Rama, a highly respected god in Hinduism. It happens on the ninth day of the Chaitra month in the Hindu calendar.

Our Organization celebrated Ram Navami with great enthusiasm. Bhandara was organized for the needy people and it was distributed by our students.

Students recited the "Jai Shree Ram" mantra.

Their involvement not only added to the joy of the occasion but also instilled in them the values of empathy and generosity. Through this initiative, the school not only celebrated the birth of Lord Rama but also demonstrated the importance of sharing and caring for others, fostering a sense of unity and solidarity within the community. It was indeed a meaningful and memorable celebration, leaving a positive impact on all involved.

On the auspicious occasion of Mahashivratri, we organized a heartwarming Bhandara.

With enthusiasm and determination, our special needs students, along with their teachers and caregivers, executed every aspect of the bhandara.

Our special needs students were filled with a sense of pride and accomplishment, knowing that they had made a positive impact on the lives of others through their selfless service and dedication. The bhandara on Mahashivratri served as a shining example of the transformative power of love, compassion, and unity, reminding us all of the inherent worth and potential within each and every individual, regardless of their abilities.

"Let your pencils dance on paper"

Holy Heart Special School (A unit of: Sneh Social Welfare Foundation) organized Drawing Competition for the children with special needs.

It was our humble endeavor to provide a platform to children with special needs to showcase their abilities, skills and creativity through the joy of drawing competition. The event was held on 02nd March 2024 (Saturday) at Holy Heart Special School.

We invited 6 schools to be a part of this event. This event was classified into following theme categories: Disability | Nature | Social Causes

Best 7 drawings honored with trophy from each schools. All the students were prized with certificates. Refresh- ment was distributed to all.

We takes immense pride of distributing clothes to the needy in our community. We collect gently used clothing and distribute them to those who are less fortunate.

This endeavor not only provides warmth and comfort to those in need but also instills a sense of compassion.

We witness the profound impact of this initiative as it brings smiles to the faces of individuals and families facing hardship. We are grateful for the opportunity to serve our community in this meaningful way and remain commi- tted to making a positive difference in the lives of others.

"SPORTS IS FOR ALL"

After successful of our 1st sports event on 11th March 2023, Holy Heart Special School (A unit of: Sneh Social Welfare Foundation) organized our 2nd Sports Meet-2024 for the children with special needs.

It was our humble endeavor to provide a platform to children with special needs to showcase their abilities, skills & strength through the joy of sports.

The event was held on 03rd February 2024 (Saturday) at Dr. Sahib Singh Verma Stadium, Sector–16, Dwarka, New Delhi.

Event was started with March Pas, Torch Run & Oath Ceremony.

We invited 12 schools to be a part of this event. This event was classified into following categories: Track Events (50 Mtr Run, 25 Mtr Run, 10 Mtr Assisted Walk & Wheelchair Run (for Physically Challenged) | Field Event (Soft Ball Throw & Shot put)

A special thanks to our Chief Guest, Mr. Rahul Aggarwal Sir (Deputy Director | Department of Social Welfare)

All the students were prized with medals and certificates. Refreshment was distributed to all.

The coaches were from Special Olympics Bharat and volunteers were from Amity University.

To entertain our champs, tattoo makers & mickey mouse was also there. All the students and staff enjoyed with them a lot.

During Ram Mandir inauguration, we happily hosted a lively and inclusive gathering called Bhandara. We welcomed everyone with open arms and hearts. The inauguration of the Ram Mandir, a significant Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Ram, would indeed be a momentous occasion for devotees and communities across India. Hosting a "bhandara" to commemorate such an event could be a deeply meaningful gesture, reflec- ting the spirit of celebration and reverence associated with the occasion.

Overall, hosting a "bhandara" on the occasion of the Ram Mandir inauguration were not only be a celebration of faith but also a testament to the values of inclusivity, community, and service that lie at the heart of Hindu tradit- ions. It provided an opportunity for devotees to come together in joyous camaraderie and to collectively mark the beginning of a new chapter in the spiritual and cultural landscape of India.

At our school, this New Year's celebration took on a deeply meaningful twist as the students themselves distributed a Bhandara for those in need. It was a touching display of empathy, compassion, and the true spirit of giving.

Despite facing their own challenges, they approached the task with enthusiasm and determination, driven by the desire to make a positive impact on the lives of others.

It was a New Year's celebration that exemplified the true spirit of compassion, generosity, and unity, leaving a lasting impact on all who attended.

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