Solidarity Club

Solidarity Club Activity or Charity Club also called Social service intended to aid disadvantaged, distressed, or vulnerable persons or groups. The basic concerns of social welfare—poverty, disability and disease, the dependent young and elderly—are as old as society itself. The laws of survival once severely limited the means by which these concerns could be addressed; to share another’s burden meant to weaken one’s own standing in the fierce struggle of daily existence. School social workers play a critical role in schools and educational settings. Social works provide services to students to enhance their emotional well-being and improve their academic performance.

The school Solidarity Club helps raise awareness amongst students about the situation of people and their well being. It helps them serve society and the less fortunate. It develops in them a heart for the poor and needy. Donating a little money or time may not seem like much. But if your donation is joined with others, it becomes much bigger. Hence even our small donation really does make a big difference. As a school, donating to charity will show the students to care about the less fortunate in their own little way. In turn the students set an example to society.

Solidarity club functions at different levels

  Initiatives from Management

  Initiatives from Teachers

  Initiatives from Parents