2013-02-02 10:09:38 - The discussion started with an intention to spread the message of Girl’s safety in society. Elders gave their suggestion to girls on how to live safely and how to secure themselves from potential threats.
Elders showing concern for safety on upcoming Valentine Day
Indore, 1 February 2013: When the youth of the nation is busy in preparing for upcoming valentine day, the elders of society are not far behind in showing their concern for the society. Being Responsible organized a discussion on how to make youth aware about their safety and encourage them to celebrate this occasion safely. All the elders assembled at the center in Sarvasampanna Nagar to give their opinion on the subject.
On this occasion a senior citizen member of day care centre, Mr. Rege says, “Girls only need to become a little more aware about their safety and keep their eyes open against potential threats. At this day care center,
we discuss ways to make a safe and happy society for all.”
Mr. Atul Malikram, founder, Being Responsible was happy to hear the views of elders. He said, “At Being Responsible, our aim is to keep elders busy in creative ways so as to give society a positive contribution. I am very happy to see that all the veterans are taking interest in our activities. We at day care centre try to provide maximum facilities to them.”
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About being responsible
Being responsible was started in February 2012 In a short span of time, it has 6 health camps, 2 visits to historical places, 45 birthday celebrations, Holi Milan, Dipawali Milan, 26 January and many more occasion celebrations in its account also have registered more than 15 couples in its matchmaking facility punarvivah The society has joined more than 200 supporters.
Two Senior Citizens Day Care centre
Assistance to needy senior citizens by grocery
Mobile Medicare van
Project - Punarvivah
National Award for Senior citizens for social courage
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