ఈ సంస్థ ఎటువంటి (మతపరమైనటువంటి) ఇతర సంస్థలకు సంబంధించింది కానీ, అనుబంధమైనది కానీ కాదు. ఇది పూర్తిగా స్వచ్చంద సేవకోసం స్థాపించబడినది......

Children's day celebrations at GBE Primary School

We had children's day celebrations on 13th November at GBES School, as November 14th is declared as holiday.

Our celebrations started with the prayer by children.

We have conducted Singing and Elocution competition for 3rd, 4th and 5th classes followed by the prize distribution to the winners.

Winners list:-
Class
Singing
Elocution
Winner
Runner
Winner
Runner
3rd Class
Siva Leela
Pallavi
Pallavi
Nawaz
4th Class
Renuka
Krupa
Kavya
Krupa
5th Class
Sri Latha
Ali
Sirisha
Sri Latha
  • Distributed dairy's to the 5th class students to inculcate the habit of writing dairy.
  • Chocolates distribution to the children.
  • The improvement from our side is that we have efficiently involved the class Teachers in our activity as Jury for the competition held..   
  • The triumph for the AMMA team was few children had expressed their  fond of towards our volunteers for our presence with them...
Volunteers Participated: Haritha, Naveen, Vikram, Sai, Sunitha


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Love all - Serve all
Vikram.T
VIKAS (Primary)

Emergency need @ Kapaladoddi Village, Krishna dist- Groceries Distribution to 200 affected Families

From: Mohan Vajjha <mohanvajjha555@gmail.com> Thu, Nov 21, 13@12:27 PM

Dear all,
Total 5170 Kgs of Rice distributed to 352 flood effected weaver weaver families (Kalamkari,Asu and Cheneta) at Kappaladoddi on 10th November, 2013. Total expenditure went up to 1,45,000 for rice bags purchasing. 
Out of which we, Amma Social Welfare Association, has spent 27,000/- approximately to support 90 Kalamkari familiesand rest was supported by other two NGOo's STN & Sahasra.We (AMMA) distributed  900 kg good quality rice of Rs.26/- Per Kg (Plus Tax)


  • For kalankari family 10kgs Rice to each family
  • For Handloom Workers 20kgs Rice to each family by other Groups
In that village different types of Sarnies and Clothes are made by the Hand loom workers and designed by the "KALANKARI' workers. I also observed that 90% people really poor and illiterate in this village.  They requested for the help for their children studies. In the inquiry some of them pleased me to help their children for their study through any association.

In the entire total 90 family houses, whom distributed rice, i found televisions in only 2 houses, this shows their poverty,and 90% houses are rented and also are sheds.

In that village Lokanatham Garu (one of the citizen of Kappaladoddi village)  helped us to conduct the activity. He is the only person who requested us to help their villagers. There is no association which is ready to distribute to KALANKARI families except AMMA.(These words from villagers, and especially from KALANKARI Families)

The following are the donations we received immediately after sending a mail request. We extremely thankful for their immediate response. We spend remaining amount from our regular donations. 

Sri.B. Anitha- 5000/-

Sri.Kumara Swamy-2000/-
Sri.Kanakadurga-1000/-Sri.T.Guna Shekar-500/-



As our funds are limited we are able to reach few families only. Kindly extend your donation, Your little contribution will make big difference in the lived of poor and needy.

The event will be more organized, if one other volunteer is available from AMMA. As i am one man from ASWA it became  difficult to handle all the tasks.


ORE EVENT PHOTOS :

 Thanks & Regards
    Mohan Vajjha
      9491335683

On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 1:09 PM, Sree"nivas" <prasadrao.sreenivas@gmail.com> wrote:
Like every year, Kapaladoddi one in 7 weaving villages at pedana,Krishna dist is now heavily affected with current cyclones.
Especially weavers in the village are severely suffering as their work stations are being filled with rain water.The current situation is their daily weaving work is affected hence their livelihood is affected, so they need ration for their households to survive. It is estimated that 300 weaver families immediately need rice and groceries support. They have been meeting govt officials and collector, so far nothing concrete steps is taken. Once after rainy season, they will be having additional expenses. As weaving machines and related are made of wood, they have to get repaired ones water drains out.
Love all-Serve all
AMMA Srinivas
9177999263


On Thu, Nov 7, 2013 at 10:36 PM, Sree"nivas" <prasadrao.sreenivas@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear friends,
           I stand before you once again with a plea to join hands for helping the families of the hand loom weavers effected by the recent typhoon which hit the coastal belt badly. We helped this village in 2011 along with other BOSF Groups under "Flood Relief Project". Again they faced the same problem, On a distress call from Sri Loknath garu, BOSF Group members visited the place for getting a firsthand knowledge of the loss. It was very disheartening to see the plight of the people there. Loss of property, hunger, and lack of drinking water… it was in a very bad shape. The first step taken on part of AMMA -ASWA is to supporting these groups to organize rice, dal and some other essential items for the affected people. Also efforts have been made to synergize the energies being put in by other NGOs.

As a result of these efforts, we have tied up with above NGO's from Hyderabad and have decided to go and hand over required groceries to the needy people there. In all about 200 families are yet to get any kind of assistance from the Govt. or any other NGO. We have therefore decided to visit the village on10th November'2013 and provide the following items to 200 of the effected families: 

Interested can join our Volunteer Mr.Vajja.Mohan @ 9491335683, who is visiting this village on behalf of AMMA Social Welfare Association along with other 2 NGOs.
Sl.No.
No. of families for whom support is proposed to be extended
Items to be included
Cost per family
Total cost of project
1
200 (total identified families more than 300)
20 Kgs Rice & 1 kg Daal along with other essential items
Rs.600 (aprx)
Rs.1,20,000 (aprx)


Please transfer your donations to: Your every Rupee is most valuable.
A/C NAME
AMMA SOCIAL WELFARE ASSOCIATION
A/C NO.
052210100019403
BANK  NAME
ANDHRA BANK, SAVINGS A/C
IFSC CODE
ANDB0000522
ADDRESS
S.R.NAGAR, HYDERABAD

We need funds.
We need volunteers.
We need your time.
We need your support.

I request the volunteers to come forward and donate funds for the cause. I also request members, particularly members at Vijayawada and surrounding areas to come forward and volunteer the work of distribution of the groceries on 10th November'2013.  Friends, please come forward to help us help the needy.

Food distribution on Monday, November 18th, 2013 under Annam Parabrahmam project.

Dear all,

We successfully completed distribution of 110 Lemon Rice Packets at Niloufer Hospital  under Annam Parabrahmam program. This food distribution sponsored by Prathap Naidu , and his friend Prathap , Rasheed, and Venu . 

Special thanks to Prathap Naidu for motivating his friends and volunteered in distribution and donation .


Volunteers participated: 

  • Pratap
  • Dhaneesh
  • Prathap and his friend
  • Sarath Chandra

With the help of sufficient volunteers ,we conducted this distribution in a very organized way. And volunteers felt much happy.
You too can participate in this program by sponsoring fully/partially either Regularly/occasionally.

On Fri, Nov 15, 2013 at 11:37 AM, sarath Babu <sarathmfm@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi friends,

Its time to feed the needy people.

On November 18th evening at 7.30 pm we have our regular food distribution at NELOUFER  hospital, Under Annam Parabrahmam Project.


We will start at Mytrivanam, Ameerpet  at 7p.m to hospital with food packets, interested people can join from here also.

Interested volunteers \ participants contact: Sarath chandra @ 9704412335 \Srinivas prasad@ 9177999263.
 
Time : 7.30pm to 8.30 pm.
Venue : NELOUFER Hospital
Place : Red Hills, Lakdi Ka Pul, Hyderabad.
Date : 18th November -2013


Thanks,
Sarath Chandra.v
Coordinator

Visit of AAA ASARA ORPHANAGE HOME at Moti Nagar on 26th June, 12


Date: October, 2013

We temporarily withhold the Support, as we are not receiving regular updates. 
 

Date: On Sunday, 28th April, 2013

In our 5th Anniversary Function (28th April, Sunday) we handed over Cheque of Rs.9,000/- to Mahender & His Children of AAA Aasara Orphan Home towards our Monthly Support upto September, 2013. Our Chief Guests Dr. K. Surendra Reddy Garu & Kiran Kumar Garu handed over the cheque to Children of that home. 


Thanks to all the donors for their kind contributions. Your every rupee is most valuable and have optimum utilization in ASWA.


Date: On Sunday, 10th March, 2013

Our Volunteers Haritha and Soujanya garu visited this home to extend our Monthly Groceries Support for the month of February & March, 2013.

He requested us for a ceiling fan immediately for his College Students at Dilshuk Nagar, Hyderabad.

  • We have donated 1 Rice bag and other Groceries of worth 1650/- and
  • 1500/- Cash for Students bus passes and other needs
  • Soujanya garu interacted with the children and teach few important things reg Studies/Education.


Date: On Sunday, Jan 23rd, 2013
Yesterday our Volunteers Aruna Lakshmi handed over the cheque of Rs.1500/- towards our Monthly Groceries and Rice Support to AAA Aasara Orphanage Home, Moti Nagar, Hyderabad. This is for the month of January, 2013

Thanks to all the Donors and Volunteers
Date: On Sunday, Jan 6th, 2013 at 4:38 PM 


On 6th Jan, 13 Surendra & Naresh Kumar handedover the cheque of Rs.1500/- to the Founder Mahendar Garu towards our Monthly Groceries Support to AAA Aasara Orphan Home, Moti Nagar, Hyderabad for the Month of December, 12

Requesting all the interested Donors to Support ASWA with their monthly little contributions for  smooth running of all the events.


Date: On Thursday, Nov 15, 2012 at 4:38 PM 
Groceries Support extended to AAA Aasara Orphan Home, Moti Nagar, Hyderabad for the Month of November, 12

Date: On Sun, Nov 4, 2012 at 1:19 PM 
As You all know that we decided to Support AAA Asara Orphane Home with 1500/- Monthly Rice, Groceries Support.

Last Sunday we (Suri, Surekha, Prabha & Myself) visited the home and Donated Cheque of Rs.1500/- towards October Month Support.

We played with the children and we announced Drawing Competitions this Sunday (today) at 4 PM to all the children.

We tried to conduct regular sessions for the children of this home.

We have been visiting this home regularly to support Mr. Mahendra dedicated efforts.

  From: Uma Shankar sankaricwai@gmail.com Date: Sat, Jul 7, 2012 at 10:32 PM

Hi all,
On 24th June, 12 Sunday, Me & Surendra Visited AAA ASARA ORPHANAGE HOME at Moti Nagar, Hyderabad. We have received a call from the Founder of this home Mr. Mahendra, requesting us to Visit and help the inmates in any means.  Based on their urgency we visited the home without a mail to the Group.

7 years back he started this home with view to help many Road Side Destitute children. From there onwards he is running the home with his own Salary (worked as Asst. Lecturer in Narayana Jr. College) and support very few friends. So didn't go out to collect funds. As he is using his own funds he didn't follow accounting formalities like Receipts for Donations etc.,

Recently he got married and he is unable to spend all his own funds for this cause. So he is in search of Funds. He don't have a Rented Premises which supports his thought. To reduce his expenses further he shifted to a Double Bed Room Flat in Moti Nagar Recently. Total inmates are around 10-13. All of them are Orphans and most of them are from Streets.

His rent is around 9500/- but the Problem is it's just like Residential Home and Owner wont allowed others to visit the place. They only permits one or two people into Home. He has been doing this from 7 years so he is not interested to Join these in other homes and close this home. They got Rice as donation from Nagarjuna Foundation for couple of months and some stationery is sponsored by other donors in the past.

If any Group (more than 2 members) is interested to visit the Home & do any activities for children, then he will take out children to nearest walkers park and we can conduct the activities.

Distribution of Note Books & Sponsoring 2 Children:  We Sponsored 2 Students (Gopi Chand & Uday) School Fee and Distributed Note Books to all the children in this home on 1st July, 12. And we also planned to visit home Twice in month to teach few things to Children.

Sudeepti Views-

As everyone know we visited AASARA home 1st July 2012, me and Prabha went to see home. You can see the attached pics of home. They are really in need of sponsors and in need of helping hands. Children started cultivating a habit of jogging where they got jog shoes and socks sponsored by some donors. Food bags, racks, blankets also sponsored by some others. Children are very active and disciplined. Hope they grow as good citizens if we support them. Let's join hands to help them...

EVENT ALBUM

Love all - Serve all
UMA SANKAR
Secretary
 
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