“Vijay: The Celebration of hope” event, organised by bloom by Jaykalp foundation”

Kolhapur: ‘Bloom by Jayakalp Foundation’, a social organization, is organizing a unique event called “Vijay: The Celebration of hope”. This event will feature the first-ever fashion show for differently-abled people in Kolhapur. The aim of the event is to raise funds for Swaragini Rehabilitation Center, an organization that works for the differently-abled.

The event will be held on Saturday, March 2nd at 4:00 PM at the Balaji Garden Hall, Nagala Park. It will be graced by the presence of Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj, Member of Parliament Dhryashil Mane, Chairman of State Planning Board Rajesh Kshirsagar, Madhurimaraje Chhatrapati, and youth leader Krishnaraj Mahadik.

Through Bloom, children, girls, and elders from various organizations have been trained to present their artistic talents. Around 40 members from these organizations will be performing at the event. The participating organizations include Umed Foundation, Sanjay Dhenge Blind Association, Avni Sanstha, Snehabandh Old Age Home, and Lokmanya Vidyalaya Pratibhanagar.

Bloom has previously organized various events to support these organizations. This is the 6th event organized by Bloom in the year. Shraddha Rathod-Shah, the founder of Bloom, along with Shalaka Shah-Jain, Sujata Pardeshi-Korde, Prarthna Shah, Kiran Kalani, Bhoomika Sachdev, and Monika Jasuja, members of Bloom, shared this information at a press conference. Bhavana Gundecha, Heena Gandhi, Disha Nimbijya, Shreya Ghatge, Shruti Rathod, Shravya Nagadev, and other members of Bloom were also present.

About Bloom-Jayakalp Foundation:

Bloom-Jayakalp Foundation works for the development of various disadvantaged sections of society. It organizes various events to support social organizations that work for the differently-abled, blind, and orphaned victims of atrocities. “Vijay” is the sixth such event organized by the foundation in a year.

Bloom-Jayakalp Foundation appeals to everyone to participate in this unique event and support the differently-abled and disadvantaged sections of society

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