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A lesson in charity at ICSK
February 19, 2017, 1:08 pm

The young philanthropists of the Indian Community School Kuwait (ICSK) Senior handed over a large amount to an Indian National Mr. Satheesh, who is under medical treatment at Adan Hospital for the last few months. In response to a news report that appeared in a local daily about the need of this 38-year-old Indian, undergoing dialysis due to kidney failure, the students and staff of ICSK Senior made this generous contribution from the ‘Birthday Charity Fund’ that enabled him to seek special treatment in India.

The staff and students have been facilitating philanthropic support to cancer patients since 2014 and have already provided Rs.20 lakhs for the needy patients going through medical treatments in Kuwait. The school succeeded in inculcating a feeling of empathy and social commitment among the students through this charity program.  Students are encouraged to learn that charity is one of the noble tasks that a human should practice in his/her life. 

Dr. V. Binumon, Principal ICSK (Senior) appreciated the students and staff for their effort in collecting the birthday fund on a monthly basis. Student conveners, staff and parent representative were present on the special occasion.

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