On 23rd February 2014, Parvaah volunteers, comprised of 20 JPIS students, carried out a waste paper collection drive in 5 schools of Jaipur. With active participation from the teachers and students in the campaign, it became a huge success.
Date : Saturday, 22 March 2014
Venue : Hotel Le-Meridien, New Delhi
On 22nd March 2014, members of the Parvaah team took part in a seminar which was organized to increase educational awareness among students. It was held at Hotel Le-Meridien, in New Delhi. We had also put up our stall at the venue and our products, including the ones made of waste paper, were displayed for sale. A large number of visitors thronged our store, admired and purchased our products.
Date : Saturday, 12 April 2014
Venue : JPIS, Jaipur
At the Parent Teacher`s Meeting (PTM) in Jaipur, a team of volunteers led by Manav Kedia, one of our core members, sold napkins, towels and other articles made by our women workers.
Date : Saturday, 10 May 2014
Venue : SBSIS school Jaipur
Team Parvaah had put up a stall in SBSIS school Jaipur where Towels made by village women were sold. All parents supported the cause.
Date : Saturday, 17 May 2014
Venue : Mayur Vihar â€“ New Delhi.
Members of the Parvaah team went to cheer the young children who were participating in the race organised by “Bhagta Bharat” in Mayur Vihar, New Delhi. They also helped Mr. Vivek Bhushan, the organizer, in maintaining discipline.
Date : Saturday, 14 June 2014
Venue : Delhi
Our Delhi-based volunteers came together on 14th June to plant 200 saplings at Sarvodaya Enclave& Padmini Enclave, in New Delhi. The residents of both these colonies enthusiastically participated in the campaign.
Date : Tuesday, 08 July 2014
Venue : HOTEL ASHOKA, New Delhi
The PARVAAH stall, set up at the "Ankur Rakhi Bazaar", at HOTEL ASHOKA, in New Delhi, on 8th July received an overwhelming response. Pure cotton designer towels and Napkins were sold at the stall. These products were neatly made by the Basti Women under the guidance of Team PARVAAH.
The products were completely sold and orders were received. We at PARVAAH are committed to continuously improve on our quality and delivery.
DELHI, we thank you for your support.
Date : Saturday, 09 August 2014
Parvaah members certainly believe in the statement - "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy". They have been associated with Bhagta Bharat for 2 years now. The volunteers came and helped in organizing races and distributing fruits to the participants.
Date : Sunday, 07 September 2014
Venue : Bapu Nagar, Jaipur
A Parvaah team of 14 school students visited Bapu Nagar in Jaipur and distributed sweets and food grains among needy people.
Date : Sunday, 21 September 2014
Venue : JPIS, Jaipur
Our young volunteers, along with Parvaah founder Simar Malhotra , organized a food conservation campaign at Jayshree Periwal International School in Jaipur. As a part of the drive, Parvaah came up with the idea of NO BIN DAY, a day when there would be no use of bins at the JPIS hostel. The aim of NO BIN DAY was to reduce wastage of food. Parvaah proposed that on this day the students would take lower amounts of food on their plates so that food wastage could be avoided. This idea was accepted and implemented.
Date : Saturday, 11 October 2014
Venue : Kathputhli slum, Jaipur
On 11 th October 2014, Parvaah volunteers visited the Kathputhli slum area in Jaipur and taught reading and writing to underprivileged kids.
Date : Friday, 12 December 2014
Venue : HawaMahal, Jaipur
As the word Parvaah itself conveys, we care. The NGO started by young JPites is steadily taking baby steps to reach its epitome. We are extremely elated to share with you that on Friday 12th December, 2014, we carried out a Cleanliness Drive at the HawaMahal and it proved to be a resounding success.
Fortunate were we to be part of such a historic campaign to make India clean. Fortunate were we to answer the clarion call of our visionary Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. Fortunate were we to be the torchbearers of this auspicious drive. And above all, fortunate were we to be led by honorable Chief Minister, Smt. VasundharaRaje and be guided by her sheer dynamism and ardour. We would like to thank each and everyone who participated in the drive and made it a success. But it doesn't end here. To be victorious in our endeavor to keep the city clean, we need more hands, more hearts