Gala Benéfica para “Children Are the Future” en el Colegio Malvar (Arganda del Rey- Madrid)
El Colegio Malvar organiza el día 6 de mayo 2016, a las 18:00, una gala en beneficio de nuestra ONG. Los mismos alumnos del colegio han diseñado el cartel para la gala.
Previamente a la gala, voluntarios de nuestra ONG explicarán a alumnos de 10 a 16 años en qué consiste el trabajo de CAF en India y en Camboya. Se facilitará asímismo información a las familias de los alumnos sobre la labor de nuestra ONG.
Muchísimas gracias de todos los voluntarios de CAF al Colegio Malvar por este apoyo solidario a nuestra ONG.
Charity Gala for “Children Are the Future” in the Malvar School (Arganda del Rey- Spain)
The Malvar School is organising a Charity Gala on May 6th (18:00) for the benefit of our NGO. The students themselves have created the poster for the gala with their drawings.
Prior to the gala, our voluneers will have the opportunity to explain to 10 to 16 year-old students the work of CAF in India and Cambodia. Students’ families will also receive information on our projects.
We would like to extend our warm thanks to the Malvar School for their solidarity and support with our NGO.
“Philippe and I didn’t go to South India in the same year. Philippe was part of a group in 2011 and I accompanied CAF during the field trip in 2014. After Philippe’s trip in 2011, we decided to sponsor a young boy, Simon Raj, during few months. Since the end of 2013, Brinda (photo) has become our godchild.
Both Philippe and I are very glad to have had the possibility to live this experience. It gave us the opportunity to take part of the daily life of the people who are connected with CAF. It felt like being a witness of all the work that CAF and its local partners are doing: family micro-business, construction of a new school, education in the stone quarries, and meeting our godchild in the home run by Sister Daisy.
I, Els had a very nice time with our godchild Brinda. It was so enriching to see how daily life is organised, how they learn to take care of themselves and the other members of the house. To see them play and pleased to learn at school and to make an occasional trip as well!! Seeing all this I realised that offering help in this way makes very good sense to me. The people can stay in their familiar surroudings and take responsibility for their lives in a way that suits them and even for the next generation. I really liked the approach that all goes directly to the people who it’s intended for, and admire the effort and the authenticity of the people who are making this all possible.
Being immerged into the way of live of the people in India that benefit from CAF’s support was a real eye-opener for me.
We are grateful to CAF for this very unique experience.