Bengaluru, June 29, 2016: Sindhi Seva Samiti, sponsoring the Sindhi Group of Educational Institutions, celebrates 60 years of existence, serving the society in areas of education, poor family relief, eye and organ donation and health services.
To celebrate the occasion in the form of Seva, they are organizing a Walkathon to create awareness of Eye and Organ Donation on Saturday, July 2, 2016. The event will be inaugurated by Sri Sandeep Patil, Deputy Commissioner of Police, and a part of the Alumni, at Sindhi High school, at 7.30 AM.In commemoration of their Diamond Jubilee Anniversary, over 2000 students and faculty members of the three Schools will be participating in this event.
The Walkathon will start from Sindhi High School, Kumar Krupa Road, and complete a 4 km route and will end at the same place. For this occasion, the Sindhi Seva Samiti had conducted a few other activities in preparation for this event.
Every year we plan different activities to celebrate this occasion. This year we have understood the need of the hour which is Eye and Organ Donation and hence are organizing a Walkathon. The Walkathon will be led by our School children, said Mr. Deepak Narang – President, Sindhi Seva Samiti. Through this walkathon we want to encourage more and more people to come forward and donate Eye and Organs, he added.
Sindhi Seva Samiti extended its vision of providing education at an affordable price by starting the Sindhi Seva School & Sindhi Academy of Skills at Hebbal, as a philanthropic gesture to integrate less privileged children into the mainstream of education and continues with a positive response. Sindhi schools offer to their students a holistic, progressive, creative system of education that gives the students a sense of responsibility and caters to their all-round development. The schools promote social awareness, duty consciousness and team work as an integral part of education.