God’s Providence in the Mission

August 22, 2023

The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth in Crawford celebrated Independence Day with grandeur and enthusiasm. There was a sense of joy and pride on the faces of the special children. On this occasion, the Asha Deeapm family and the Phoenix Rotary Club, Trichy, gathered together to pay respect to the freedom fighters and their sacrifices.

At the completion of their one-month program, the Phoenix Rotary Club organized an Independence Day celebration and valedictory ceremony for the staff and students of the Asha Deepam School.

Mr. Selva Kumar, a Rotarian, encouraged us to remain committed to love and serve our country in our own tiny ways.

The one-month training program included various therapies for our special children. The therapies comprised neuroscience, art, dancing, music, and additional therapies. Students and teachers were instructed on Acupuncture, acupressure, and the production of sanitary napkins, paper bags, seed balls, and millet bread. Every student in the program acquired a certificate and rewards.

Teachers maintained their creative skills in the classroom, making learning fascinating and enjoyable. The students are eager about their learning. The student’s parents appreciated the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth for providing the opportunity for their children. The Sisters believe that the entire Phoenix Rotary Club-sponsored initiative was a gift from God.

1 Comment

  1. Ann Palatty

    It is so good to see the special children get such experiences to broaden their minds. Thanks to the Management and the Rotary Club.


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