Mumbai: While speaking to Hello Mumbai News, Mrs. Namrata Rastogi, President, Inner Wheel Club, Sambhal City, said that she had taken full charge and worked tirelessly to make Inner Wheel a symbol of Hope during this Covid-19 pandemic.
She further went on to add that Inner Wheel Club, Sambhal City commenced this year by showcasing its gratitude towards Corona Warriors – Doctors who put their precious lives to stake to protect the people of our country by honouring them with Certificate of Appreciation. She also made it known that the Club also donated PPE kits, masks, hand sanitizers, soaps, and gloves to a local hospitals to help it become better equipped to deal with this pandemic.
On the education front, she emphasized that the club pledged to pay the admission fee as well as One Year’s School Fee for a young girl whose parents were unable to send her to school due to their limited financial resources. This was on World Literacy Day. Over and above on Teacher’s Day, the Club honoured 15 teachers at a local school for their contribution in helping children to create a better future for themselves.
Further, she said that inorder to generate awareness about various issues like the importance of hygiene, water conservation etc they designed several posters and made videos which were later circulated on Facebook and Instagram. The Club had even organised Webinars to inform and engage people during this difficult and tough pandemic time.
They also inaugurated their flagship project – “The Inner Wheel Forest” by planting 100 trees.
About Namrata Rastogi
Mrs Namrata Rastogi is one of the Founding Members of Inner Wheel Club, Sambhal City, District-310. She has been part of countless campaigns including ‘Save the girl child’, ‘Say no to Plastic’ among others. She further made it known that educating young girls is the cause closest to her heart. She is very passionate about writing and enjoys expressing her views and feelings through poetry.
She also likes to use her poems as a medium to create awareness about current issues facing society. She shares her poems on her facebook page – ‘Rusty Jolly’ which has over 5.5k likes.
News Edit by K.V.Raman