Delhi based Non-Profit NGO Sunaayy Foundation has been working along the lives of lesser privileged children for over a decade and since 2018, it’s been supporting over 450 such souls. Most of its centers are situated right in Delhi so it’s understandable that the cold during the winter months is a tough one to ride through especially for these kids who come from an economically challenged background.Over the years, Sunaayy has been confronting this and accepting it every time. Through various forms of donations and support in cash and/or kind, it has taken care of protecting its kids from the harsh winter by giving them the necessary winter wears to take care of the cold.This year however posed a heightened demand for Sunaayy. With the number of children phenomenally growing in the last couple of years, getting a cover for all these children was a big ask this year.So, when on a recent informal visit to Sunaayy Foundation’s Delhi Center, Qualcomm through its personnel visiting Sunaayy’s center offered a help, they came as Angels sent from Heaven.Richa Prasant, Founder of Sunaayy Foundation said, “We are delighted by Qualcomm’s gesture and we are thankful to all those personnel representing the multinational for taking out time from their busy schedules by thinking and acting for these children. We would wish more success and power to such organizations so that they come out to the fore front more often help these social causes.”
About Sunaayy Foundation
Sunaayy Foundation is a non-profit NGO, operating in the thematic areas of education and human rights. It seeks to create a future of hope for under-served children, women and their communities by helping them to build their skills and resources to reduce their vulnerability in a sustainable way. It all started with 6 children whom they taught. Sunaayy Foundation started as a single makeshift setup, working with a group of children from the surrounding areas of Vasant Kunj in New Delhi. As the days started rolling, they grew more determined. The obstacles that seemed like dunes in the desert were knocked down by the winds of will, hard work and of course, a lot of support from their generous friends and well-wishers.