The Naz Foundation (India) Trust
Prajvi Mandhani- I am an 11th grade student who has Art, and Design and Technology as my subjects and I thoroughly enjoy involving myself in creative activities. But doing small scale events without a proper cause felt insufficient and selfish hence I wanted to assist the people who are actually working towards making a change, through my own creative ways. I have chosen The Naz Foundation (India) Trust as it focuses on various issues which are quite prevalent in the society but usually sidelined. It is working on catalyzing communities, civil societies and institutions to launch a concerted effort by providing knowledge about sexual health and related topics via life skills and the game of netball. I’m fundraising for One Nation Netball Cup that allows both boys and girls to play together and learn life skills together.
My name is Arunima Dazesss Wangchuk, and I am 16 years old. Creativity is a major part of me and I love music and art. I am a person who believes that happiness comes from others, from giving and sharing. Having knowledge and talent is a waste if you cannot share it with others. Which is why I want to contribute to this beautiful organization and the young girls that learn life skills through the medium of sport, so that we can help others grow and strive in their lives. I hope our efforts through art and creativity will touch someone’s soul and hence would help change someone’s life.
Sharanya Gupta- I am currently studying in class 11th in the international board (IB), in Genesis Global School Noida. Since I was a child, I’ve always wanted to explore different ways in which I can help someone in need. When I heard of the Naz, I was very keen on participating as I can then indirectly be a helping hand and just the thought, that my efforts are helping somebody grow brings great satisfaction. I would like to support their vision of empowering young boys and girls through the medium of Netball and providing them a safe space to play together.
The vision of Naz is to create a just and equitable society by transforming individuals from socially and economically excluded communities into agents of change.