Young Volunteer from UK runs a campaign at school to support 'Educate to save'
Zorawar Singh Udassi from Ashton House School, London, UK decided to raise funds for the underprivileged kids in Punjab on Mufti Day in his school. On this special day, students are allowed to wear clothes other than the usual school uniform and are encouraged to raise money and awareness for the charities they or their families support.
Four Reason to support 'Educate to Save'
The charity is the largest Sikh NGO in the World with 129 schools and two universities across Northern India. We are working tirelessly to ensure that no village and no child is left behind in the rural education revolution that is transforming the fortunes of the whole generation.
Donations don't go towards paying electricity bills and office stationery. 100% goes to paying the schooling cost of beneficiaries. Sponsors are regularly updated on how the students are performing at school.
Our team of volunteers comes from different faiths and all across the world. All are unified by the belief that Education is a right and not a privilege.
We promote healthy living in the community. Recent charity programs include Walk to save(sponsored walk), Khalsa Cup( football tournament) which combined raised a considerable amount.