Mumbai schools become centre of Kerala flood relief

MUMBAI: Schools in Mumbai are doing their bit for flood relief in , from discussions for awareness to donation drives. Besides spreading the message in classrooms, some are also taking to social media.
At Cathedral and John Connon School, Fort, students are collecting items through Goonj. “As of now the school is on its mid-term break. We will resume after Eid. Teachers wish to contribute from their salaries as we always do,” said principal Meera Isaac.

Jamnabai Narsee School, , is the collection point for the vicinity. “The corporator and MLA from our area are parents of our schools so when they approached us, we reached out to our other parents and decided to open up our premises to be a collection point. We have given a list of things that students and parents can contribute,” said principal Zeenat Bhojabhoy.

Students from RN Podar School, Santacruz, have taken to social media. On their Facebook page, Humans of Podar, the students uploaded a presentation explaining the situation and listed out things required. They also went to every classroom to discuss the problem and urged others to contribute. The students have tied up with a foundation to ensure that their donations reach the right place.

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