Donate school supplies and clothes for a poor rural child for a year-Grace Peter Charitable Trust
Donate school supplies and clothes for a poor rural child for a year, INR 2650
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Grace Peter Charitable Trust conducts a survey to understand the family background and educational progress of children in various schools in their operational area. Children from poor families are given two sets of school uniforms, two sets of colored dresses, a set of notes books, educational material and footwear for the academic year. The parents continue to bear the school fees, if any. The benefits are distributed at the premises of NGO office by calling the students in the presence of a chief guest. These children are from Government and private schools, in the 6 -14 years age group. These benefits are given anytime during the year, as and when donations for the same are received.

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Shoe – Rs 200 and slippers Rs. 200 400.00
Admin cost 250.00
School bag 200.00
Stationery –Geometry box, erasers, pencils, color pencils, notebooks and disctionary 300.00
2 sets of school uniforms including stitching charges 750.00
2 sets of casual clothes including stitching charges 750.00
Unit Price 2650
Quantity
Total 2650
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Educational support for rural school children
M. Selvaraj.age 12 years, has lost both the parents and is under the care of his sister-in-law. Her name is Mrs. Petchi and is staying at No.4/165, Arttukkal Purampokku, Parasuramanpatti, K.Pudur, Madurai. Because of financial constraints, they were finding it difficult to meet the educational expense of Selvaraj.
The head master of the school where he is studying approached Grace Peter Charitable trust for help. We promptly accepted this request and gave complete educational help to this deserving child. He is studying in Union Christian Higher Secondary School, Madurai.
Educational help made M. Selvaraj to continue the studies. His student life is disciplined and he secured more marks in all subject.

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