My friend is part of Bhumi and wow I respect and admire their work and their service for the children. They help make future of many kids brighter and for a better society and better world.... Its such organization that makes us realize that humanity still exists...
Bhumi is doing a great job in educating young children from the underprivileged sections of society, and thereby contributing to India's growth in a very significant way.
Its all started when I heard about the orginization through a friend. Soon I became interested as the organization is helping the poor students in gaining computer knowledge, which make the orgnization unique among others. Most of the volenteers of the organization were IT professionals. Despite their work pressure, they are helping and involving in the social activities, which made me to wonder about them. These people are teaching the students to "Catch the Fist" rather than providing the fist. I wish I should be a part of it. But bcos of the circumstances I am just able to contribute the organization towards the financial need. With these kind of organization we can make an India of our dream. Jai Hind
this is such a splendid one...and i`ve no more words to describe it....to say it in a word its fantabulous...for example planting trees and teaching the YOUNG INDIANS
i heard about bhoomi from a friend of mine who joined the organisation to voluteer. This organisation has helped change the life of so many children!Providing education is one of the most important things particularly in todays world! this organisation has been a great support to a large number of children who are now learning not only the basics in education but also learning advanced subjects like computers. the organisation also provides career counseling and aids the youth in making good decisions in life! it has been an absolute pleasure knowing abt this organisation and being able to help out in my little way!hats off!!
I know Bhumi through my team mate and have contributed via him. What Bhumi is doing is a great job. Instead of wasting their time, young people are coming forward to work for the society and children and its very heart touching. I wish i had more time so that I can participate too
My experience with bhumi ahd ben very good in the recent past.though i was not able to have much of a direct contact with this ngo.but still a few of my friends are stillactive with this ngo.this is one of best ngos tat i have come acros..a few of my friends take care of the underprivileged children.they are active in providing them good quality education ebery weekends.not only the people here..they visit nearby villages and towns and also provide them with education.they also help them in poviding clthes and food with the help of the high profile donors tat they have contact with.with such things and help coming from BHUMI...myself along wid few of my friends have decided to join this organisation and help them out.we thought tat this would be the best platform to educate the rural and underprivelieged!!!BHUMI--One of the best NGO.
i support my frnds who help in this organisation...its really nice to see that tis organisation is helping a lot 4 destitute children...
There is a little 'good guy' inside all of us who keeps telling us that we should do good things and help people. Everytime we do even a small thing for the betterment of others, he comes out gives us a pat and makes us feel so good about it. Let me just say that since I got associated with Bhumi, the little 'good guy' has grown in stature and size. We all wish to do something to give back to the community, we all try to be selfless and lovable - The Bhumi team personifies all this. I thank the team for taking me in to help in a small way and I am sure this group is going to make a difference to a lot of people.
I've never volunteered in the literal sense - going about teaching like the others - never. However, I strongly commend and applaud what the other volunteers are doing for the society, for the children, for India. I've known some of the founding members since childhood, and I'm not saying this just because they're my friends/family - it amazes me to see in someone so young, the maturity and longing to give back to a deserving group of children. I could never do that despite having the passion. What with all the time constraints and "priorities" in life. This group deserves international acclaim and recognition. And I shall always continue my support in whatever way possible that is within my threshold.