Action: Essence of Shadhinota

“Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it.” – George Bernard Shaw (1856 – 1950)
But that is an old man’s saying. Do WE dread? No! We DREAM. We love freedom as much as we love taking up responsibilities, because we are responsible citizens. So, why wait?

Plan — Persevere — Pull it off !

Essence of Shadhinota: A Challenge  2011

Photo info: This smily girl from Shondipon School (a school for rayerbazar slum), taken at an event of CA, Action: HoiChoi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CommunityAction will throw you an exciting community service challenge on this Independence Day. We will put you in a team for a project, give you a budget and a deadline!

But don’t panic – before you start, our experienced Actioneers will train you in project planning to help enhance your leadership skills.

 

 

Your benefits:


● Help the needy: get community service experience
● Get coached in leadership skills development
● Work in a team: make life-long friends (no kidding!)
● Learn to meet deadlines and be successful within a budget

Our target:

● Create community service leaders and mentors!

Time line for challenge:

Workshop for participants (ATTENDANCE COMPULSORY):

March 26, 2011, 10 am – 2 pm sharp, Location: Dhanmondi

Challenge Time Span: March 26 to April 10, 2011

Project Presentation: Mid-April

If you’d like to participate, please fill-up the following form:

https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dDExSDV0aFBEZjAzOE0zdlB6MzRpOHc6MQ

*** Deadline for Registration: March 24, 2011 up to 12 AM***
Registration Fee: 50 Tk (On spot)

Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=148832705180626

28 students in 2010 and in 21 students in 2009 had participated in this challenge. By their given deadline, they had:

● Arranged for Eid clothes for 50 underprivileged children;

● Donated equipments to the Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralyzed [CRP];

● Assisted two disabled street children;

● Arranged for educational support at an orphanage ‘Chotomoni Nibash’;

● Built a library at a shelter home for street kids, ‘Aparajeyo Bangladesh’;

● Donated  trade equipment to a shelter  for homeless children.

● Raised funds for community service;

● Helped to fulfill certain dreams of some underprivileged children at Oggro School;

● Gained valuable experience and friends!

● Learned how to plan out a feasible project and actually pull it off!

Please Note: Space in the teams is limited.


Come, embark for the venture!