Sale for Charity

Tagore International School,Vasant Vihar is always at the forefront when it comes to social work initiatives.Our school has a tradition of adopting social issues and making a difference in society through them.As a part of SEWA programme ,students organise  fund generation events during our PTMs where they sell articles made by students to raise money which is utilised to support these causes. Almost every child contributes by making beautiful book marks, folders, envelopes,paintings etc. They organise and man the stalls, giving their Saturday mornings up for this whenever there is a programme in the school, be it PTMs or Orientation for any class.

This charitable work has been much appreciated by the parents, who have generously supported the effort.

Cakes and beverages stall arranged by students of Menu Planning Club during Parent Teacher Meeting on 6th October 2018
Stalls displaying articles made by students set up for sale on 21 July 2018

Sale of Eco Friendly products made from the waste materials in school by the students of Eco Club on 21 July 2018

Sale of Jewellery inspired by prehistoric age made by the students of Art & Craft Club of classes VI-VIII on 21 July 2018

Sale of the objects created by the students of Clay Modelling Club on 21 July 2018

Stall selling 'Christmas Special' quill items along with others on 09 December 2017

Students raised INR 6000/- by their sale of items made by the students .

09 September 2017 Tagoreans again set up stalls, selling articles made by them to raise funds for their various social projects.
At the PTM on Saturday , August 26th, the Art Department set up a stall to sell paintings made by students in order to raise funds for various social service initiatives undertaken by the school

Students from classes VIII-XII of Art Society and NSS put up a stall for selling hand made products, folders, envelopes, note pads etc. by the recycled paper on 31 October 2015

As a part of charity sale for Acid Attack Survivors, NSS students of class IX A & B made the PEACE logo on the hands of parents,teachers and students on 25 July 2015