SWEATER DISTRIBUTION (9th December 2018 )
As a clothing is a basic necessity of a human being,Paras understanding the requirements, distributes the sweater every year to children of its community
KERALA FLOOD RELIEF DONATION CAMP (29th August 2018)
Floods are becoming an inevitable phenomenon in India. Over the past few decades, coastal areas all over the world have faced floods. Recent Floods in Kerala had caused heavy loss of life and property. The calamities and its aftermath have made us realise that we are at the mercy of nature. After being a technologically advanced country, we lack the basic amenities and human resources to provide for the victims when it strikes.
In this gloomy phenomenon, PARAS India has launched a campaign to assist in Relief Operations. It arranged a Donation Camp in Delhi and its surrounding areas for over a week where people from local communities contributed through giving clothes, money and medicines. Volunteers collected the items on the basis of a list issued by the Kerala government and finally got a very good response. The NGO submitted clothes, medicines etc to the Kerala House in Connaught Place in New Delhi and sent financial help collected through the campaign to Kerala Chief Minister's Distress Relief Fund.
RAKSHA BANDHAN (26th August 2018)
“The thread of Rakhi is so powerful that it can bring even two people from different communities together and let them share this pious relationship of brothers and sisters”.
PARAS India celebrated Raksha Bandhan with underprivileged children at all its centres with enthusiasm and happiness. Girls/Women tied Rakhi to the Boys/Men and exchanged sweets. They wished for the well being of each other. PARAS India celebrated this occasion to reaffirm its never - ending bond with children associated with it and to flourish love, care, affection and sacred feeling of brotherhood. One of the tribal girls spoke with tears in her eyes “Today, on the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan, I am blessed to have a brother, now I feel protected and equally excited.” All boys wished “Happy Raksha Bandhan to all sisters of the Universe!” In India, festivals are the celebration of togetherness, of being one of the family. Raksha Bandhan is one such festival that is all about affection, fraternity and the pious bond of brother and sister. We witnessed the beauty, essence and inherent strength of the brother-sister relationship. In today’s busy life people hardly have time to meet their near and dear ones, this occasion offered PARAS India a way to bond with the community in a cordial way.
Holi Festival Celebration (2nd March 2018)
“Festival of colours” marks a symbol of unity and strength. It brings a lot of happiness, enthusiasm and joy among every age group. At PARAS INDIA, this festival was celebrated with joy and satisfaction. At every centre, this festival brings community people together to celebrate colours with due significance. The festival of colour was played in all our centres with awe and blissfulness. This festival has its own scientifically approved biological significance. It has lots of beneficial effects on our body and mind as it brings lots of joy and fun. The time of holi celebration is estimated to be scientifically accurate. The celebration turned out to be a successful event at all the centres such as- naresamudayik Kendra, chirgaon, Jhansi, mirounasamudayik Kendra , chirgaon, Jhansi, vilaisamudayik Kendra, Kanpur dehat, bhujpurasamudayik Kendra , Kanpur dehat, parassamudayik Kendra, kataraphatehpur, Rajeev camp area, dilshad garden, delhi and nandlalarea,goplapur village, delhi. It ended with distribution of sweets and exchange of blessings from the elderly.