MUMBAI, OCT 29, 2018: Twenty-five volunteers of the NGO Fly Higher India visited Bosco Boys Home in Borivli to conduct a series of educational activities on October 28.
After an introductory session, the children were divided into groups, age wise. Youth in the 10 to 14 year age group had a creativity session, where they drew and made a painting of what they aspired to be in their life. The 15 to 18-year-olds, participated in a formal email writing session for job applications; it was followed by a career counselling session.
The NGO Fly Higher India (FHI) is a not-for-profit organisation which began in 2017. The initiative has since spread to various cities and impacted the lives of thousands of children and involved hundreds of volunteers. FHI’s aim is to inculcate life skills, instill values, and imbibe confidence among the underprivileged children and youth across India.
“Thank you, the team of Fly Higher India, for making our day full of learning; inspiring us to be joyful, hopeful and loving; and to always believe that sky is the limit,” Salim Shaikh from Bosco Boys Home, said.