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NACHIKETHA MANOVIKASA KENDRA

Volunteering to celebrate Indian Independence Day!!

Volunteering to celebrate Indian Independence Day at a Nachiketha Special School is a great way to contribute to the community and spread the joy of this important occasion.

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Volunteering to celebrate Indian Independence Day!!
Volunteering to celebrate Indian Independence Day!!

Time & Location

15 Aug 2023, 7:30 am – 1:00 pm

NACHIKETHA MANOVIKASA KENDRA, XGCM+WC7, 14th Main Rd, Central Excise Layout, CHBS Layout, MC Layout, Vijayanagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560040, India

About The Event

Join us to celebrate Indian Independence Day at Nachiketha Special School is a great way to contribute to the community and spread the joy of this important occasion.

08:00 AM: Reach out to the special school to volunteer and express your interest in organizing an Independence Day celebration. Discuss your ideas and coordinate with the school administration to ensure a smooth process.

Plan the event: Collaborate with the school staff to plan the event. Consider activities that are inclusive and suitable for the students at the special school. You can incorporate elements such as flag hoisting, patriotic songs, cultural performances, storytelling, art and craft activities, and interactive games.

Engage volunteers: Recruit volunteers who are passionate about making a difference. Seek assistance from friends, family members, or local community groups who are interested in participating. Ensure that volunteers are aware of the unique needs of the students at the special school and are committed to creating a positive and inclusive environment.

Prepare materials: Arrange the necessary materials and resources for the event. This may include flags, decorations, art supplies, musical instruments, and any other materials required for the planned activities.

  1. Sensitize volunteers: Volunteers will be briefed about the event, about the special needs and challenges that the students at the school might have. Encourage sensitivity, respect, and inclusivity when interacting with the students.
  2. Execute the celebration: On the day of the event, arrive early to set up the venue and ensure everything is in order. Follow the planned schedule and engage the students in the various activities. Be flexible and adaptable to accommodate the specific needs of the students, providing them with a memorable experience.
  3. Reflect and express gratitude: After the celebration, take the time to reflect on the event's success and areas for improvement. Express gratitude to the school administration, staff, and volunteer fellows for their contributions. Share your experience with others to inspire them to engage in similar volunteer activities.

Remember, the most important aspect of volunteering is to create a positive and inclusive environment where every student feels valued and included. Your efforts to celebrate Indian Independence Day at a special school will surely be appreciated by the students, staff, and the community.

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