Archive for June, 2016

PIGMENT

A big THANK YOU to eveyone who helped in making our Charity Art Event a grand success. PIGMENT- Colors with Purpose saw the works of talented artists, photographers,scluptors and carpet curators come together on one platform to raise funds for children with cancer and rural development. The event took place

Solar Empowerment Project

Life doesn't halt anymore after darkness falls in the hamlet of Borichapada in Sonave village. NDF is extremely proud to say that an entire hamlet consisting of approximately 45-50 homes will now receive free electricity through solar power. Sonave is one of Maharashtra's first villages to receive free electricity through

Ms Tejaswini Dukre (Sunil Dutt Scholarship)

Ms Tejaswini Dukre received our Sunil Dutt Scholarship to pursue her bachelor's in Agriculture from an Agricultural college in Satara. She belongs to a remote village in Sangli and her parents are farmers. Ms Tejaswini is a bright student and we are happy to be a part of her educational

Computer class in summer vacation

1650 students received their certificates of completion for the one month free computer class they attended during their summer vacation on 25th May 2016 We believe the future belongs to our educated young Since 2006, children are taught computer basics through a one month free computer training program conducted by

‘The Walk of Pride’ a fashion fundraiser event

A big THANK-YOU and our heartfelt gratitude to fashion designers Ms Amy Billimoria and Ms Jyoti Mukherji for supporting the cause of empowering women and children in Sonave Village through a charity fundraiser fashion event titled ‘THE WALK OF PRIDE’. Celebrities walked the ramp alongside children to raise funds for

An Evening with Dr. Deepak Chopra

The Nargis Dutt Memorial Charitable Trust ( in association with Porsche Centre Gurgaon and the Leela Group of Hotels) organised an evening with Deepak Chopra on 6th March 2013 at the Leela Palace Hotel in New Delhi. Smt. Sheila Dikshit (Hon'ble Chief Minister of Delhi) was the Chief Guest at
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