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Creative happiness at Sigaru School India

Creative happiness at Sigaru School India

Sunday, October 25, 2020

The SARI Foundation raises funds in the Netherlands for the Indian foundation Suyam. Suyam has been active for eighteen years already.

Suyam's goal is to provide underprivileged children (homeless people and beggars, who have often been living on the streets for four generations) education, protection, food and clothing to break the cycle of poverty from generation to generation.

The couple Uma and Muthuram are both highly educated Indians who have chosen to focus their lives on developing and helping underprivileged children.

Siragu Montessori School

In 2003 Suyam founded the Siragu Montessori School. The school was started with the aim of providing quality education to children from families who have to live on the street and who have never received any education. At the moment more than 400 children are taught at this school.

We donated art materials to the school. We are so impressed and moved by the level of creativity of these children. These beautiful pictures tell what creative expression does to them!

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Other Projects of the Royal Talens Foundation

Buurtjam Arnhem - The Netherlands

Buurtjam Arnhem - The Netherlands

Two weeks ago hip-hophub and other sponsors organized an event in a shopping center in Arnhem. The day was mainly aimed at children who could express their creativity in this way.
Operation 'SCHOOL-BOX'

Operation 'SCHOOL-BOX'

On July 25th we got a message from a former stationary saleswoman. She told us she was setting up a collection for the affected schoolchildren in order to offer them a ‘normal’ return to school. They were trying to collect the necessary products for the children’s pencil cases and their lunch boxes. She called the operation ‘operation SCHOOL-BOX’.