Passion is something that a person one preserves in his or her personal interest. But there are people who are developing their talent and preserving their passion for the welfare of others. Something similar is being done by the members of Vedant Welfare Foundation, an NGO working for the upliftment of the society, who are in the process of making 150 paintings and auctioning them. The money raised from this exhibition would be utilized for securing the future of 75 girls. These homemakers and children have been working continuously to create as many paintings as possible. But they aren’t competing for any record or competition. The group is working to secure the future of 75 girls. Artists as young as six years old are a part of this effort. The underprivileged girls are in 9th and 10th STD of a civic school in Chembur. Hailing from a economically weak background, these girls are unable to continue their academics. However, a ray of hope for these girls is the NGO, Vedant welfare association, which under its mission of inculcating all round development among underprivileged children, held an exhibition where 150 paintings made by remand home inmates at Mankhrud were displayed at an art gallery on Warden road. The NGO has also received well wishes from the Mumbai Mayor Shraddha Jadhav. We also spoke to some of the homemakers and kids who have decided to participate for the noble cause. There are several organizations working for the welfare of poor. But at the same time taking up such issues at micro level and contribute to the society also proves to be a great support for the underprivileged. With cameraperson Deepak Kamble, Vrushali Chitre for NTMV news.
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