MUMBAI, June 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ --
Grand Maratha Foundation, a non-governmental organization, catering to the needs of farmers and their families in Maharashtra, distributed books to underprivileged children of Thane on Thursday, 20th June, 2019. Led by the vision of Mr. Rohit Shelatkar, the event was graced by his mother, Mrs. Madhavi Shelatkar and also by Mr. Rajesh Tawade. While most have the privilege to start off with a new notebook, the rest of the country's deprived children lack basic stationery to go on with everyday life. Through this initiative, 500 underprivileged children were benefited.
The event was jointly organized by Mr. Mitesh Deshmukh, his father, Mr. Prabhakar Deshmukh, and Grand Maratha Foundation. The stage was shared by various delegates including the Mayor of Thane City, Mrs. Meenakshi Shinde; TMC Speaker Mr. Naresh Mhaske and Thane City Corporator, Mrs. Nandini Vichare and Mr. Rajesh More. This was made possible with the help of Mr. Rajan Vichare, Mr. Ravindra Phatak, Mr. Eknath Shinde and under the guidance of other eminent personalities.
Grand Maratha Foundation aims to provide comprehensive solutions to farmers and their families by creating a better livelihood for them and break this vicious circle of debt and poverty. The Foundation is active in the regions of Akola, Amravati, Yavatmal, Chandrapur and Nagpur in Maharashtra providing to all round development of farmers and their families. The aim is to have farmers be future ready by minimizing the operational glitches faced by them and empower them to live a better life.
About Grand Maratha Foundation:
Grand Maratha Foundation provides all-round educational support to farmers which cover right pricing to efficient distribution to modern techniques so as to empower the farmers in creating a better livelihood for themselves and break this vicious circle of debt and poverty.
With a special focus on Vidharba, Grand Maratha Foundation also provides financial help to empower the farmers to give the best education to their kids and for starting allied activities in the agrarian and rural sector which involves widows who can earn their livelihood. They have also introduced and encouraged E-Learning through the donation of computer to schools.
As said by Rohit Shelatkar, founder of Grand Maratha Foundation, "We want the farmers to be future ready. We want to minimize the operational glitches faced by them and empower them to live a better life. We also plan to start an institute that will be training the farmers and farmer families."
Grand Maratha Foundation