|COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL AWARENESS|
|9th September to 25th September 2018||
BVM, Civil Lines observed the JOY OF GIVING WEEK where commodities of daily use were collected from students and teachers and donated to people in need at hospitals and orphanages.
19th September, as many as 6000 apples were collected and the same donated to Tukadoji Cancer Hospital
On 20th September the collected newspapers were given to Vimlashram Institute, Panchpaoli, which is run by Shri Ram Ingole. It is an Orphanage and the girls of this ashram made paper bags which were given to the Vegetable Vendors
On 21st September bottles of Amul Kool flavoured milk and milk packets were collected. The total collection was 1000 bottles and 50 litres of milk. The 50 litres of milk was then taken to Aamrapalli Anaath Ashram and distributed among the children .
On 23rd September the students and escort teachers visited Swami Vivekananda Charitable Trust Hospital where around 200 Amul Milk and 200 Parle G Biscuit packets were distributed
|31/8/2018||Interact Club donated Stationary items
to Varadaan Institute, Nagpur
Foodgrains (rice and tur dal) donated to Kerala Flood Relief fund through Seva Kitchen Nagpur.
Ø S Students of BVM Civil Lines collected an amount of Rs.23,799/- towards sale of Rakhi in the month of July, 2017. These Rakhis are made by the rehabilitation unit of Sandhya Sanwardhan Sanstha,Nagpur.
Our school Principal Smt. Anju Bhutani handed over the amount collected through sale of Rakhi to Rtn. Mr. Khushnoor Chugh, President of Rotary Club on Nagpur during the Installation Ceremony of Interact Club .
The Principal also handed over 200 new notebooks and 8 boxes of Stationery materials to Dr. Vasanti Deshpande, Executive Director of Varadaan Institute.
|15/8/2015||On the occasion of Independence Day the school distributed 200 sweet boxes to the students of "The Blind Relief Association",Ngp.|
Rakhi stalls were put up in our school premises, by Sandnya Sanwardhan Sanstha, Ngp. These Rakhis are prepared by the differently abled children. The fund generated by the sale was Rs 34749/- which will be utilized for the rehabitation of differently abled children.