KANYATHON - A Walkathon to Save the girl child

 IFIM and BOSCO collaborate to highlight the cause of Save the girl child

  • Event: KANYATHON
  • Date: 14th October, 2012, Sunday
  • Venue: IFIM B School, Electronics City (Opp. Infosys Campus Gate # 4)
  • Time:  7:00 am onwards

Bangalore, 14th October, 2012 – IFIM Business School, in association with Oniyavara Seva Coota (BOSCO), a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) working with the young at risk in the city of Bangalore, are conducting a walkathon for the cause of  'Save the girl child’ on Sunday at Kanteerava Stadium. The walkathon will flag off at 7 o’ clock on Sunday morning at Kanteerava Stadium and will be a 2.5 km walk via Cubbon Park and back to the stadium.

About 5000+ people from all walks of life are expected to participate in Kanyathon. Apart from the walkathon there will be a poster making competition (for students of class 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th) and a costume walk (for students of class 10th, 11th and 12th) at the venue.

 Join us to raise awareness  and pledge your support to this cause to give every girl child a better future. Entry free for all.

ABOUT IFIM BUSINESS SCHOOL, BANGALORE - IFIM Business School, Bangalore was founded in the year 1995 with its first batch of students graduating in 1997. Over the years it has grown to be amongst the top ranked business schools in India. In recent times, IFIM Business School has taken a number of initiatives in collaborating with leading academic, research and corporate organizations, for conducting executive education, corporate training, research & consulting. It is one of the few private management institutes that have been approved to offer a PhD program in Management.

For more information about IFIM visit www.ifimbschool.com

About BOSCO - BOSCO is a project of the Salesians of Don BOSCO (SDB). Constituted in 1980, it offers service to the Young at Risk like - children living on the streets, child labourers, abandoned / orphaned children, victims of drug abuse, victims of child abuse, begging children, rag pickers etc. Now, BOSCO has spread its wings across the city of Bangalore through 9 rehabilitation centres & 6 street presence locations.

 At Bangalore Oniyavara Seva Coota (BOSCO) we believe that given the right circumstances and a nurturing environment, every child can achieve and grow to be a positive member of our society. In the last 5 years, we have helped over 30,500 street children turn their lives around by reuniting them with their families or housing them ourselves. We are proud to note that this number was submitted and verified by the DD WCD Bangalore Urban, the CWC, the Police Department and also the MCB. It's important to us that we educate these children, provide them with legal assistance and protect them from exploitation.


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