Jamshedpur : Amway Opportunity Foundation. the corporate social responsibility arm of Amway India played host to Nanhe Chitrakaar today at the School of Hope and conducted the Annual painting competition for children with the theme- “Wild Life & Environment” in which many students from other schools and special children participated showing great integrity.
At a formal function Dr. Swetabh Suman, Commissioner of Income Tax graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and gave away the prizes to winners of Nanhe Chitrakar 2014 and presented the certificates to the winners and all participants signed by William S. Pinckney, Chairman, Amway Opportunity Foundation. Rajnish Kumar, Senior Manager, Societies, Dr. D P Samaddar and Anil Oraon all from the Managing Committee of the School of Hope also graced the occasion.
Dr Swetabh Suman was also praise for Amway Foundation and the management of School of Hope for taking care of the special children and empowering them both financially and skilfully. It was his first visit to the school and he regret not coming here earlier. He assured his all support to the School and assured to facilitate marketing of the products made by these children which was presented to him.
The Painting competition elicited overwhelming response from the ABO parents in Jamshedpur. Over 50 children of Amway Business Owners participated today at Nanhe Chitrakaar competition whereas 25 special children from School of Hope also participated in the painting competition. Wildlife and environment ran as the theme of the competition as children captured their fancy on the canvas with a riot of colours. The competition was organized in two categories of 4 to years and 8 to 12 years of age groups.
Painter Rabi Shanker from Chandra Kala Cultural Centre adjudged the paintings by the participants. Amway Opportunity Foundation has also involved the children from School of Hope to add to the spirit of Nanhe Chitrakaar.
The Central idea of the painting competition is to instill a spirit of brotherhood and foster a bond of partnership among the children of distributors and less privileged children of School of Hope. Conceptualized as an annual painting competition, Nanhe Chitrakaar elicited enthusiastic response from thousands of children of Amway family across the country since its inception a decade back.
Winner of the Painting Competition:Group ‘A’ – 4 to 7 yrs.FIRST :KRISTIN JENNIE BODHAK, SECOND : DIYA DAS,
THIRD : ARGHA DAS.Group ‘B’ – 8 to 12 yrs. FIRST : SATYAM KUMAR CHOUAN, SECOND : TANYA DEY,
THIRD : RONITA MEHTA.