Year V – 2009


Yipeee!!! SAPNEY was now blooming in varied colors, with so many new members joining the noble cause.

Our new friends came in from different fields of work and life, making the year remarkable for SAPNEY. Now, we were not limited to our own college and school friends, but friends from our past offices, current offices, new colleges and friends of friends joined hands with us… People started trusting us and we were more confident in presenting ourselves.

The next event was held at the Missionaries of charity, Civil Lines in New Delhi. This charitable organization is an orphanage for tiny tots. Abandoned childrens under 5 years of age find a safe shelter there.

One thing common in all the events we conducted so far is – the warm welcome we receive. It was so lovely to be there.

Best part of the event was when we were escorted to their nursery and infant section. Hygiene levels were very impressive and we enjoyed seeing children playing with colors.

The swings, the class rooms were so beautifully decorated.

By watching what we saw, anybody can wonder how heartless a human can be at times, to leave his child and at the same time, we all can see how beautiful are the people at Missionaries of charity, Civil lines to take care of such children with such pious motherly attitude.

Mothers and Nuns out there, have sacrificed their family to serve a bigger family of God, called humanity. Sapney salutes their spirit and dedication.

Hopefully our new friends enjoyed the event and will continue to attend future events.

A special thanks to Aadhar.  Sumit Chawla, Nimisha, Abhishek Dhingra, Meenakshi and Komal welcome to SAPNEY family.

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2 thoughts on “Year V – 2009

  1. It was fun to see those kids making drawings. Almost each one of us sat with them and tried to help them draw better. While some of them listened and obeyed, others made faces and drew according to the wishes of their heart. In the end , they colored not only those white sheets of paper but our hearts too. God bless them…..

  2. Yes bro, They actually colored our hearts too. Not only kids, but The nuns and mothers out there were serving in most fabulous way. Today being Mother’s Day, i am thinking about them again and again. It’s very easy to love your child and enjoy motherhood, but on the other hand, it is very tough to take care of so many children and that selflessly. Love the mothers.

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