ADHM 2016

“Small steps add up to complete big journeys.” ― Matshona Dhliwayo

E&H Foundation has been on the path of making a difference and impacting lives of underprivileged children by providing them with quality education since its inception in 2012. The Foundation unwaveringly worked to achieve high levels of learning with independent assessment by Education Initiative in our students performing at par with the best CBSE schools in India.

To continue the impact that we have been creating, E&H Foundation consecutively participated in Airtel Delhi Half Marathon (ADHM), 2016 second time in a row. ADHM being Delhi’s most awaited sporting and social event organised by PROCAM under the supervision of India Cares Foundation, helped us in fundraising and contributing for the important cause of quality education and health to the underprivileged children. E&H Foundation actively participated in the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon (9th edition under the title sponsorship of Bharti Airtel) held on Sunday, November 20, 2016. A team of 50 incredible individuals ran for this amazing cause and the foundation raised more than ₹30,000 for our programmes and helped spreading the message of education for all underprivileged children. All the members of E&H family were full of enthusiasm and dedicated themselves altogether for the event.

Our board members, once again, were in high spirits and even more motivated than before. Meenakshi Kumar, one of the board member, said, “I very strongly believe in quality education. Education is not a rubber stamp, rather these are disguised educated, according to me. Being a special educator, I can educate people with special needs. It is a shame if do not provide quality education to the deserving people and it’s the time we did it. Please join us in our mission to provide quality education to underprivileged children.” Our advisory board member Ulhas Vairagkar also actively supported E&H Foundation and called in everyone to support our foundation.

By participating in ADHM 2016, E&H foundation was successful in making a great difference in the lives of those children.