Webspider employee Join the Philanthrophic Initiative of SHM

The Youth empoyee of webspider, Kolkata based Software Company came forward to support the efforts of Samaritan Help Mission by donating their discarded Cloth for the Vocational Training Project         The Webspider Youth Employee with their Donated Cloth, In future Many more will join the Drive and raise cloth for SHM work. … [Read more...]

Local people involvement

This year on this auspicious event 30 local people were invited; they had lunch with us and were very happy to see the happenings at Samaritan Help Mission. One gentleman was so impressed that, he went and bought 400 pieces of Rossoggolla to add to the menu, of Luchi, Aloo Dam, Sweet Dal, Chutney and Papad. He expressed his desire to bear 50% of the budget of organizing the Saraswati Puja at SHM next year. The Total Budget of this Program was Rs.14000/- and the entire amount was raised by … [Read more...]

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The care takers of all the programs, Sarwari, Anwari, Nasir and Shahjahan were also among the contributors to this Program. They Contributed Rs.10/- each according to their capacity and felt honored to be a part of receiving blessings from Goddess Saraswati on this auspicious occasion. … [Read more...]

Godess Saraswati reaches every house

Saraswati Puja is celebrated every year in West Bengal in every house, school and college. This year all the girls of Vocational Training Pgm & teachers of our school organized the Puja followed by lunch. The tradition of organizing Saraswati Puja at Samaritan Help Mission, which was started at its inception, has been continuing and  the whole program was conducted under the leadership of Shaista, Rukhsna, Tamanna, Reshma, Shabanm, Jahanara. This year all the 150 Vocational Training … [Read more...]

The Uncommon Heroes “Legends in the Midst”

This article was published in The Times of India Special Report, 25th December 2005. KING UNCLE Drug peddling is a way of life at Tikiapara, a dirty slum in Howrah. Even the children here were not spared - their parents used them to hand out packets of brown sugar to customers. But not any more. For the first time in their lives, these children are learning to smile, thanks to Mamoon uncle, a librarian in a local school till recently. The 32-year-old good Samaritan grew up in the same slum … [Read more...]