Beltangady: Stelvin, Stanly seek financial help for education, well being


Daijiworld Media Network – Beltangady (SB)

Beltangady, Dec 21: Children are innocent and dependent. Their life should be full of happiness and peace. Education is a must for all children. But for many of them, the reality of childhood is entirely different.

Siblings Stelvin and Stanly dreamt about growing like any other child. But an unfortunate incident has rendered the children totally helpless. They lost their parents in a gap of two years due to a short illness. Just like any responsible parents, the couple had big dreams for their children who were doing excellent academically. Their sudden deaths did not give the couple an opportunity to secure their children's future.

Stanly, the elder son of the couple, is pursuing his seventh standard while their second son Stelvin is studying in fifth standard at St Raphael Higher Primary School, Tenka Karandoor, Beltangady.

Taking note of the current situation and helplessness of Stelvin and Stanley, teachers of their school under the leadership of Gretta D’Costa, the headmistress of the school, have come forward to mobilize an education fund for their further studies. The children hope to continue their studies and achieve their dreams. They believe that generous donors will stand by them in these difficult times.

Currently, the children are living with their grandmother at Baddyar. The teachers and close relatives of the family have requested people to contribute to finance the education of Stanley and Stelvin.

Daijiworld urges its kind-hearted readers to extend all possible support to Stanley and Stelvin towards their education and well-being.


Account details:

Stifan Stanly D’Souza
A/C No 01832200163283
IFSC: CNRB0006423

Canara Bank
Guruvayanakere Branch, Beltangady
Contact: 9449546676

 

 

  

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  • LC MADANTHYAR, Madanthyar

    Thu, Dec 22 2022

    Very sad to hear that small boys lost their parents. The Head Mistress has become Good Samaritan to these boys. God Bless all those people who help them and thanks to Head Mistress for taking initiative.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Thu, Dec 22 2022

    Chandu karla you need not ask what others are doing or Institutes.If you can do something do it and when cant is also everyones wish and their ability.We shouldnt measure others ability and their richness.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Sorry to hear these small boys are Orphans and hardship.How nice their headmistress took initiative to help them to education thought of a fund.will certainly will extend as much as Possible .Specially during this christmas time boys dont have Parents and are left alone.May God bless them keep them healthy and happy with all the problems in their life.Study well boys and grow up Your Parents will be looking upon you from above and praying for you and blessing you.Dont dwell in bad activities .Wish you a happy xmas and a New year.Dont wait for govt.help .It takes a long time ,if given accept it with happiness and thanks.

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  • Vincent D'Souza, Belthangady

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Thanks Rita. Your words are really encouraging.

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  • khaleel mukka, mukka

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    PLEASE CONTRIBUTE GENEROUSLY.SO THAT THIS KIDS GET GOOD EDUCATION. LET THEM FEEL THEIR PARENTS ARE ALIVE & LET THEM NOT HAVE ANY SHORT COMINGS. MAY GOD BLESS .

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  • Dr Kusuma Kumari Gunji MBBS DGO, Nellore Kodyadka

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Can you provide PaytM number I shall help

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  • Kenneth, Manipal

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Use the Bank transfer option by entering bank name, A/c. Number, and IFSC code in PAYTM, no need PAYTM mobile number

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  • Chandu, Karla

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Just wondering where are the religious leaders who manage the charitable institutions helping all but unable to help the our own. Unfortunately this is the tragedy of our community and society at large. .

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  • Jossey Sladanha, Andheri

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    I have made my part, expect all kind hearted people to do their generous help.

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  • Anita machado, UDUPI

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    can we have the contact details for Stifan Stanly D’Souza for GPAY.

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  • Kenneth, Manipal

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Instead of Pay phone number, use the option Bank transfer by entering the account number and IFSC code for GPAY

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  • Deshbhakt, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Please open a joint account along with an adult as a signatory, else there is a chance to misuse the funds by getting minor account holder's signature. A trust in their name is a better option because their current expenses aren't as big as their higher studies.

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Cent percent perfect comment....May god bless these children...

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  • Andrew L D Cunha, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Sorry to hear that little children lost their parents. They need support from society. IMPORTANT: Syndicate bank is not existing now. It is merged with Canara Bank. Requesting Daijiword to obtain proper bank details with IFSC code to avoid NEFT rejection

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  • LANCY D COSTA, Bondel, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Now IFSC is updated

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  • ca girishkk, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Sab ka saath sab ka vikas govt should take care of helpless orphan children

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  • Reshmi Salian, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 21 2022

    Government will take care of only MLA's and MP's to enjoy power.

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