Mangaluru: Mount Carmel Central School observes International Day of Disabled

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Mangaluru, Dec 3: Path breakers find various ways of compassionate situations and one such was the International Day of the Disabled, observed on December 3, at Mount Carmel Central School, to relive the dream of its founder venerable mother Veronica, celebrated this day with passion and zest with the disabled children of St Agnes Special School and the disabled adults of Veronica Vihar.

The staff members motivated from within contributed with joy a gift kit containing face towel, mask, and toiletries along with refreshments to each inmate at Veronica Vihar and kit containing a mask, sanitizers, and sweet packet to St Agnes Special School along with a burse of Rs 10,000 from the school.

It was indeed a motivational experience to the staff and the students. The passion and enthusiasm of the staff members were well appreciated and the school implementing its mission statement in action, motivated by the founder venerable mother Veronica.

Adhering to the instructions given by the education department to avoid large-scale celebrations, a few students along with their facilitators visited these places and distributed eatables, juice, masks, sanitizers along with a few toiletries to the children. A burse was also handed over to the principal of the St Agnes Special School.

Being Christmas season, a season to care, share and bring joy in someone's life a few teachers opened their hearts and purse to make this day meaningful. Truly the tidings of Christmas were ushered in.




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