Volunteers do not necessarily have the time, they just have the heart. As said by Albert Einstein, only a life lived for others is worth living. Volunteering at a corporate level gives the employees a sense of purpose other than their stipulated work. Manthan-SVK is an initiative by Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan which is working for the benefit of underprivileged children of the society. Manthan provides a platform for the corporate volunteering. One such esteemed organization involved in volunteering and donation at Nawada, Haryana branch of Manthan is Bank of America. The volunteers not only donate and visit the centre, but also indulge in teaching and holding activities for the children. On 25th April 2019, a team of seniors visited Nawada centre and also gifted a printer for the centre in presence of Sadhvi Deepa Bharti Ji and Sadhvi Mahalaxmi Bharti Ji as Manthan SVK, DJJS representatives.
A total of 12 volunteers were present to teach the children. They also held multiple activities for the children. Sonali Vijay and Umang Kumar’s team with ESG event manager Neha Chaudhary visited the centre. The team was divided into 4 groups for different classes. Amber Asthana and Ankit Chhabra were involved with the nursery classes and handled 10 kids. They created drawings and join the dots with number’s game with the children. Jaspal Suri and Hema Sharma were involved with 10 K.G students. They asked the children to match the alphabets with pictures. Tanya Jain and Ravi Joshi were involved with ten 1st and 2nd class students in teaching them vowels and basic English grammar. The last group of 15 children of 3rd, 4th and above classes was handled by Anjali Agarwal, Sonali Vijay and Abhishek Gupta. They taught tenses, multiplication, division, sentence making to the students. They also explained various shapes like triangle, rectangle to the students. The students were glad to be able to interact with these corporate volunteers and enjoyed this session as lot. The volunteers also left satisfied with their contribution to the society and thanked Manthan SVK for providing them with this opportunity.