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A Day of Stars and Dreams: Sparking Scientific Curiosity

At Reach Lives, we believe every child deserves opportunities to explore, discover, and dream big. That's why we were overjoyed to learn about the recent field trip sponsored by Dr. Rumya, to whom we are eternally grateful. 220 students from Chamrajpet Government School had the incredible chance to visit the Jawaharlal Planetarium in Bangalore!

Exploring the wonders of the cosmos is an experience that can ignite a lifelong passion for science. For children, particularly those from underprivileged backgrounds, extracurricular activities like this field trip are invaluable. They open doors to worlds beyond the immediate surroundings, fostering curiosity and a love for learning.

The Importance of Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular experiences are crucial for a child's overall development. They:

  • Promote exploration: Children can discover interests and talents outside the traditional classroom.

  • Build social skills: Teamwork, collaboration, and interaction in new settings are essential.

  • Nurture a sense of wonder: Field trips, workshops, and events spark curiosity and a desire to learn.

Sadly, children from disadvantaged communities often lack access to these enriching opportunities. That's where we come in.

Reach Lives: Making a Difference

At Reach Lives, we're committed to empowering children in India through projects in healthcare, nutrition, and rehabilitation. We strive to provide not just the basics, but also the resources and experiences that help children reach their full potential. Our work aims to level the playing field, giving all children the chance to learn, grow, and pursue their dreams.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Rumya for her generous sponsorship and for helping make this inspiring trip possible.

Learn More

To discover more about our work and how you can help support our mission, please visit our website. Together, we can build brighter futures for children in India.


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