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iTV Foundation’s Pre-Christmas Celebrations with NGO Children

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iTV Foundation’s Pre-Christmas Celebrations with NGO Children

Noida, 22nd December 2018:As Christmas approached closer, iTV Foundation, the corporate social responsibility (CSR) wing of iTV Network, organized pre-Christmas celebrations at Sai Kripa, a Noida based home for orphaned and abandoned children.

The special evening was attended by Mrs. Aishwarya Sharma, Chairperson, iTV Foundation. During the event, iTV Foundation arranged several activities like arrival of Santa Claus who spread the Christmas cheer by distributing gifts to all the children, also present to entertain the children were a magician who performed a magic show. The team also distributed snack boxes to all the children.

On this occasion, Mrs. Aishwarya Sharma, Chairperson, iTV Foundation said “Christmas is a time of celebration, hope & laughter and iTV Foundation organized this activity in order to bring the joy in the lives of these underprivileged children who are deprived of this experience.”

At the event, Mrs. Aishwarya Sharma spent time with the Sai Kripa NGO children, these children showed some immense talent during the special activities of singing, dancing, poem recitation and storytelling. Both the children and the iTV Foundation representatives enjoyed themselves during the event.

iTV Foundation was founded with a vision to provide quality medical facilities and financial assistance to people who need it most. In recent months, the foundation has worked extensively among the economically disadvantaged and vulnerable sections of the society through concerted efforts to provide them with quality healthcare support in addition to assistance for treatment and rehabilitation.

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