Mangaluru: St Milagres Cooperative celebrates Independence Day with mentally challenged children

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Aug 19: The Mangaluru branch of St Milagres Credit Sauharda Cooperative Limited celebrated Independence Day in a unique way at St Agnes special school, Mangaluru. MLA J R Lobo distributed bed sheets for daily use and snacks to 315 school children.

Lobo said that the cooperative is being commended for pro society work such as this. “May the organization earn more profit, indulge in such programmes and be successful,” he said.

Sr Maria Anitha said that they were glad that the cooperative has held such noble programme with them after a long time. “The children in the school will be grateful for forever,” she said.

School principal Sr Shruthi, Lions Club president C S Bhandary, KSRTC director C K Sudheer, cooperative development manager Mohammed Iqbal Sheikh and staff were present.


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  • Francis Lobo, mangalore

    Sat, Aug 19 2017

    It is nice to see the Milagres co-operative society organising an event for the students and donating their mite. This is the season of scholarship and honoring students. I find lot of institutes ,,associations from middle east from different communities awarding scholarship to students. Why don't we consider awarding scholarships to these mentally challenged students whose parents may not be well off to take care of these children. I have not seen any scheme from government or minority or majority welfare scheme of government which helps these children. I feel we should award and encourage these students in their studies , cultural and sports activities

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