A seed growing under Bhumi, enables a platform where children from low-income families can achieve this dream of theirs.
Bring Smiles, have a great process to reach the children.
Bring Smiles, supporting from financially constrained families.
We support economic and academic eligibility program guidelines
Scholarship will be disbursed directly to the educational institution
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At Bring Smiles, we are committed to supporting the school and college-going children from financially constrained families. The public can refer children on their behalf, or the students can nominate themselves via the referral form. We process the applications based on the beneficiary's economic and academic eligibility & other relevant program guidelines. The Bring Smiles Scholarship for eligible students will be disbursed directly to the educational institution.
*Out of every 100 students in India, 29 young girls and boys drop out before completing the entire cycle of elementary education, and these are frequently the most marginalized children Extreme poverty, meager income and other liabilities outweigh the long-term benefits of education in most families. As a result, they are compelled to withdraw their children to school and encourage them to help with household chores, particularly the girls. Bring Smiles, a program that took birth under Bhumi's wing, is spreading cheer to the lives of those unprivileged. We strive to make accessible the fundamental right to education for children from low-income families passionate about building a bright future.
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Suleman hails from a small village in the district of Beed, Maharashtra. He lives with his family of 7 members with 3 elder brothers and a younger sister.
Sattik is a class 12 student studying at Don Bosco School, Siliguri. He is pursuing sciences and currently giving his final exams.
Parveen is a college student and resides in Mumbai. She lives with her parents and 5 other siblings with one elder brother and 4 other younger siblings.
Tanmay is a high school student from a small village in the Sikar district, Rajasthan. He comes from a financially underprivileged family where his father is the sole breadwinner.
Pratibha is the eldest daughter and has 5 siblings, 4 sisters and one brother. Her mother works with Ms. Bhosale as a house help. Ms. Bhosale has been trying to support Pratibha and her family, hoping she can guide her to eventually make survival easier for her family.
On Apr 5th we inaugurated a new toilet block for the girl children. This was conducted at the Panchayat Union Primary School, Kothimangalam, Tirukazhukundram, TN. This school caters to 164 students. It has an energetic principal and invested teachers.
Excited faces of children and parents actively engaging in discussions were common sights at the Anbana Kudumbam (Loving Family) event at Dhanalakshmi Primary School on 9th April 2022.
Waste Management workshop conducted for 200+ B.Ed students at Stella Matutina College by our Eco-Champs team to spread awareness on managing waste and resources.
Begin the change today!