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SRCC Dream Library Donates over 14,250 Books to Poor Children, viewing Education as a Fundamental Right

SRCC Dream Library donates books to underprivileged children, promoting education as a fundamental right. Empowering lives through literacy.
on Mar 01, 2024
SRCC Dream Library Donates over 14,250 Books to Poor Children, viewing Education as a Fundamental Right | Frontlist

The Connecting Dreams Foundation - SRCC Chapter created the SRCC Dream Library project, which strives to improve the lives of the impoverished by creating libraries in orphanages, non-governmental organisations, and old age homes. The movement is dedicated to spreading knowledge and positivity, having established 38 libraries and provided over 14,250 books, affecting over 3,500 lives.

Garrison Keillor said, "A book is a gift that you can open again and again." CDF SRCC students see books as conduits of dreams, capable of crossing boundaries and creating unlimited possibilities. They work through Project Dream Library to assist disadvantaged children with access to education, which they regard as a fundamental human right.

Over 100 books were handed to more than 70 disadvantaged youngsters as part of NGO Gurudikshaam's recent expansion, promising not only enlightenment but also the opportunity to change their families' trajectory. Recognising education's transforming power, the project believes in the ripple effect, which states that teaching one generation can benefit many more in the future.

Establishments like the one planned for Sanjay Camp in 2023, which will assist more than 60 youngsters, demonstrate the project's real impact. Partnerships with changemakers such as the Triveni SHG broaden the reach, delivering the message of education to adjacent slums.

Looking ahead, the group plans to expand its influence by offering vocational training, specially-abled courses, and regular sessions at institutions serving the blind and transgender communities. Their constant passion demonstrates a desire to bridge barriers via knowledge and imagination.

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