It is an important milestone work for Global Network for Equality – GNE

We have arranged educational scholarships for 205 children of inmates with the great support from Arul Bodhi Students Welfare Trust Chennai

On 24.08.2014, The 205 children inmates have received the educational scholarship amount of 7,39,000 Rs from Mr. D. Arul Anandh, Managing Trustee of Arul Bodhi Students Welfare Trust. The graceful event went successfully with esteemed presence of Music Maestro Ilaiyaraja, Mr.R.Nataraj IPS, Former DGP, Mr.S.Rajendiran, DIG of Prison, Mr.R.Kanagaraj, Superintendent of Prison Palayamkottai, Mr.Murugesan, Chief Probation Officer’s Superintendent, Mr.Balaji Premkumar, Coordinator, Rich India IAS Academy are all other dignitaries on the stage. The event held at Kamarajar Hall, Chennai.

We convey our sincere thanks to Mr.Arul Anandh, and Arul Bodhi Students Welfare Trust members for their generous supports towards the children. We also convey our thanks to all our well-wishers, supporters and volunteers for their contribution and interest showed in the welfare of the children.

 

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