Students of Greenvalley Public School contribute Rs 24,000 to Mathrubhumi's Onakodi project

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Mathrubhumi Chief Sub-Editor CP Biju accepting the cheque from school leaders Ann Kora and Alwin George | Photo: Mathrubhumi

Kothamangalam: Mathrubhumi had launched a project for gifting ‘Onakodi’ (new clothes for Onam) worth Rs 1,200 to economically backward families. The students of Greenvalley Public School in Kothamangalam have joined hands to contribute to this project. The students collected an amount of Rs 24,000 to buy new clothes for twenty people. Mathrubhumi Chief Sub-Editor CP Biju accepted the cheque from the school leaders Ann Kora and Alwin George. School Director Pradeep Kuriakose and Principal CK Suzie spoke during the function.

The amount was taken from the fund collected for Onam celebration at the school. The news article on the families that are unable to celebrate Onam due to financial constraints stirred up a discussion among students. Ann Kora and Alwin George said they decided to do something about it. The amount was collected within three days.

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