“Women need to be financially independent” Seema Singh, Meghashreya Foundation

Distribution of books, school bags to children and sewing machines to women by Meghashreya Foundation

Patna, 23 May 2022: A special program was organized for the children in Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Didarganj, Patna by Meghashreya Foundation, a leading social welfare organization for the betterment of the underprivileged and especially the hungry people. . In the presence of social workers Seema Singh, Shrey Singh and school principal Dr. Mrityunjay Kumar, many other essential items including educational materials like books, notepads and school bags were distributed to the needy children in this program. Sewing machines were also distributed to the needy women in this program, with the help of which they could become self-dependent. On this occasion, Seema Singh laid special emphasis on women’s empowerment in society.

Ms. Seema Singh is a leading Social Entrepreneur from Mumbai. She is the founder of the Meghashreya Foundation, which works relentlessly towards the well-being of the underprivileged and feeding the hungry in India. As a homemaker to become a social entrepreneur, Seema Singh was inspired in the year 2000 to set up an NGO working with underprivileged children, youth and young women and their families, with the aim of creating a better life for them. The future was to be built. She has made a significant contribution to humanity at large through the operation of her Meghashreya Foundation, which is working in the areas of children’s education, women empowerment, food donation and much more. From her early days, she always aspired to make a positive change in society and make the world a better place to live by helping needy people. To fulfill his mission in life, he started various social initiatives 15 years back. Over the years, Meghashreya Foundation has organized many food distribution campaigns, education-related initiatives, sapling distribution campaigns, blanket distribution drives, and many other social activities.

Seema Singh is not only supported by her family in her social welfare work but also contributes to bringing about a change in her own way. He has always received a lot of support from both his children in all his social activities. In addition, the Seema Singh Meghashreya Foundation carried out a vaccination campaign for the citizens of Mumbai. He also honored the Covid 19 warriors at BKC Jumbo on the occasion of the 73rd Republic Day of India. He has received recognition and awards from leading international and domestic authorities.

Meghashreya Foundation was conceptualized with the aim of helping the underprivileged, empowering women and providing quality life to children. Seema Singh along with her children Dr. Meghna Singh and Shrey Singh has been at the forefront of various programs. Seema Singh started the Meghashreya Foundation on behalf of her children Dr. Meghna Singh and Shrey Singh. Meghashreya Foundation works towards the betterment of underprivileged children and feeding hungry people across India. So far, through 25 programs and initiatives, we have transformed the lives of over 10,000 people across India.

On this occasion, Seema Singh said that Meghashreya Foundation was started with two main objectives to serve the underprivileged people of the society and secondly, to give better opportunities to the people of the backward classes to move ahead in life. Today is the time of women’s power. Power begins with education. Every woman can make herself financially independent through education.

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