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ATLANTA

1/15/22

Atlanta Food For The Hungry

On the auspicious occasion of Sankranti, VT Seva Lambert youths participated in the ‘Food for the Hungry’ on Jan 15th. They packed food and then loaded the food packets in the trailers and vehicles. It’s their 1st activity of 2022. Food for the Hungry (FH) is a non profit humanitarian organization striving hard to end all forms of human poverty by providing life-changing development programs, and disaster relief assistance.

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ATLANTA

1/9/22

Go Green Composting Webinar

‘Go Green Composting’ webinar was organized on Jan 9th to understand the principles of Agroecology and successful composting of food scraps and yard wastes. In the webinar, speaker Mr. Hithesh Gazzala emphasized the impact of Industrial agriculture in destroying the environment by emitting large amounts of green house gases. The result of which, warmer temperatures over time are changing weather patterns and disrupting the usual balance of nature. This poses many risks to human beings and all other forms of life on Earth. By adapting Agroecology concepts like Organic farming, Diversified crop rotations, Biological pest control, Agroforestry; we can build sustainable environmental landscape. Composting is the key to enrich soil naturally without using fertilizers. In the webinar, speakers Mr. Puneet Bhatnagar, Ms. Mehar Nemani and Mr. Navin Kare had demonstrated ways of composting using Geobin and DYI composting bin. The webinar was well received by the audience and we set new goals for our Atlanta’s Go Green Composting project. With the right tools and know-how, Atlanta is on their way for sustainable and ecofriendly start of 2022!

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ATLANTA

1/7/22

Mask donation to the special needs kids of the Laurel Heights Hospital

On Jan 7th, 2022, Atlanta VT Seva youths donated 1000 masks to the ‘Special Needs Kids’ of the Laurel Heights Hospital. There is a Covid outbreak in the hospital and Dr. Corey Jackson, the CEO and Dr. Smitha Battula highly appreciated the efforts of VT Seva children in stitching these masks and delivering it on time for the jewels of Laurel Heights.

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DETROIT

1/2/22

VT Seva Detroit Youth Board Book Drive

VT Seva Detroit Youth Board members participated in a Book Drive , the project Initiated by Youth Board Member Amogh. 37 youths collected 450+ books and donated it to Goodwill Store.

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ATLANTA

1/1/22

Atlanta VT Seva 2022 Calendar

Just like every new year, this one comes with new aspirations and projects. The first project of the Atlanta VT Seva youths in 2022 is making a Calendar and dedicate each month to one cause of service whether it’s ‘Go Green’ in January or ‘Statue of Equality’ in February. We are providing digital / hard print of this calendar to all our donors and sponsors. This calendar is designed by Atlanta youths - Nikhila Mannepalli, Samved Gazzala, and Hamsini Tangi. As said by Plato, ‘The beginning is the most important part of the work’, VT Seva Atlanta starts 2022 with a service mindset and humble attitude.

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