AASHA Foundation launches ‘Course For A Cause’ initiative to support the families of Galwan Valley martyrs

In a bid to extend financial support to the families of the beloved soldiers who lost their lives in the Galwan Valley while fighting against China, Mumbai-based AASHA Foundation is hosting a trailblazing initiative, ‘Course For A Cause’. The five-day philanthropic event will conduct 5 different webinars on skill-building courses, proceeds of which will be handed over to the families of the martyrs.

Initiated by Yashvi Lodha an extremely committed and precocious 12 year old, a student of Class 7th from Hill Spring International School – Tardeo along with her friends Trisha Jhamb, Ishita Bharadia, Krisha Bang and Rahhya Ostwal.

 ‘Course For A Cause’ aims to honour the soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the violent face-off between India and China.

It is conducting online courses 5 different art forms for 6 to 12 year olds ; dancing, sketching, baking, calligraphy, yoga & workout, from the 29th June to 2nd  July. Hosted through Microsoft Teams, each online course is scheduled for one hour, for which interested applicants can donate a minimum of INR 500 to the AASHA Foundation (https://www.ashaabyyouth.org). The screenshot of the transaction can be shared with Marylin D’cuhna (+919702045729). The applicants will then receive an email with the ID to join the event on Microsoft teams or get added to the event directly.

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