Student of Carmel School, Moodbidri, shines as beacon of compassion & generosity

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Mangaluru, Feb 7: Delisha's interview with Fr Onil DSouza, the esteemed parish priest of Corpus Christi Church in Moodbidri, was a captivating display of her inspirational journey and meaningful contributions. Her words resonated with depth and purpose, leaving a lasting impression on all who had the privilege of listening to her remarkable story.

Delisha Maria Fernandes, a bright and compassionate student of grade 6 at Carmel School Moodbidri, has been a beacon of hope for those in need. Born to caring parents, Joyce Tauro and Denzil Fernandes, Delisha embarked on her philanthropic journey early in life, starting her charitable activities from grade 1st to 6th , she exemplifies generosity by supporting needy students, ensuring their educational journey with fee payments.

Additionally, her compassion extends to an elderly individual, where she covers medical expenses, showcasing a commitment to the well-being of her community. Notably, Delisha's active participation in medical funds further underscores her altruistic spirit. Her steadfast dedication to helping others echoes a desire to continue making impactful contributions in the future, promising a legacy of kindness and community.

Delisha’s journey began with inspiration from the school's "Sharing and Caring" Christmas programme, which ignited her passion for helping those less fortunate. Her actions align perfectly with the values instilled by Carmel School. The Management, Principal, and staff of Carmel School take immense pride in and extend heartfelt appreciation for the noble work accomplished by Delisha. Congratulations, on being a shining example of kindness and generosity!




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