Ramadan Project 4.0

Date 07-14-2018

Provide gift packages containing school necessities to Smallfoot

July 20 - August 12, 2017, National Museum of Science and Technology, Dhaka - Project Ramadan is an annual project organized by the YES Alumni Bangladesh. In the month of Ramadan we share our festivities and spend some quality time with children of our community. In Project Ramadan 4.0 we are planning to provide gift packages containing school necessities to Smallfoot. The required funds have been gathered through online crowd funding. A team of Organizers and Volunteers formed comprising of Alumni and external volunteers have fundraised through social media platforms and a GoFundMe account. We have also promoted the event on social media platforms like Facebook and have also brought in Scars (A non-profit youth organization) as our Outreach Partners. On Project day (August 12, 2017) we will be taking the Smallfoot children and some more underprivileged children to the National Museum of Science and Technology and spend our day with them. At the end of the day, we’ll present them with gifts which should not just uplift their spirits but be useful in their daily lives.

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