Helping Hand

One of the principles of SanskarVarg is to teach kids about giving & helping those in need.
Just as we teach our kids about behaving, communicating, savings, teaching them about helping others is equally important. In fact, this is one of the valuable LifeSkills. SanskarVarg teaches that, even the smallest contribution makes a great difference in someone’s life.
“Tell me & I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” — Benjamin Franklin
           We as parents, teachers know the importance of community values & do our bit  whenever possible.  Then why not involve our kids into such community activities at an early age and teach them how to make an impact on the world around them.  There are a lot of studies that show that children often end up imitating their parents/elders and their actions, both good & bad. We all know, any habit gets instilled at an early age, we as a parent just need to direct & encourage our kids in a right way. SanskarVarg follows the same principle.
                           Every year  all the Sanskaar-varg students extend their  helping hand to different organizations who need help & support. In such visits kids learn  about the organization, its purpose, services offered etc. They even get a chance to interact with different people, see their day-to-day challenges, their lifestyle & understand the reason behind  their visit . Such visits create a great impact on their tender mind & make them understand that they should take time for such visits & make it a priority.

One Response to Helping Hand

  1. Aai.baba says:

    Nice initiative, keep it up.

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