In the Christmas spirit of hope, love, and faith, a group of employees from a global software testing company joined forces with SOREM to celebrate Christmas with the children at a school in Sector 36, Chandigarh. The children were treated to gifts and goodies, as well as a fun ride and time with Santa Claus. The school staff also joined in the fun by organizing dance, music, and games for the children.
SOREM, founded in 2008 by Promila Chandra Mohan, is a school for 162 children with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities. Their mission is to empower these children with life skills, vocational training, and comprehension. Events like these help to uplift their spirits and keep them motivated. Sangeeta Jain, the principal of SOREM, along with the founder, Chandra Mohan, expressed their appreciation for the team’s financial support.
For Archana Gupta, the CFO of the company, reaching out to organizations like SOREM is an important part of their social responsibility. They believe in helping those who are in need the most, especially children with special needs. They understand the importance of providing a nurturing and educational environment for these children, allowing them to be independent in life. Chandra Mohan fought for a piece of land in the heart of the city for SOREM, making it easily accessible to parents seeking a safe haven for their special kids.
SOREM specializes in dealing with children who have developmental and physical disabilities, as well as mental disorders like autism, cerebral palsy, and Down syndrome. They also offer early intervention programs to prepare children for inclusive education.