India Gate was bustling with energy today, as the slum dweller's children from the Raina-Prayas project celebrated Children's day in the magnificent lawns facing the India Gate. Pandit Nehru's vision of a world where all children irrespective of color, sex, creed or economic condition- had hope and a future to look forward to, was manifesting itself in the form of smiles on the faces of these children, as they sang prayers, played games, had food and celebrated the spirit of Children's day.
RRF and Prayas, one of the largest charities in India (www.prayaschildren.org) have partnered together to adopt 400 children belonging to slum areas, across two different regions in India- Bawana in North West Delhi and Noida in Uttar Pradesh.
A 501(c) charity, Raina foundation has been setup to raise funds for work to be carried out to empower children who need help around the world. The foundation's focus is to make a difference in the lives of children - who are handicapped, blind, mentally challenged, sick or in need of urgent medical help and underprivileged kids who need education.
Sanjay Supehia (678)517-8688