The ‘Heart 2 Heart’ Carnival organized by SACH at Sanjeevaiah Park today was full of fun and entertainment for children from schools across the city. The children were overwhelmed with the range of activities and were seen hopping around, fully engrossed in the activities and celebrating the wholesome entertainment with boundless glee. The icing to their complete day of amusement was the visit by their idols Sania Mirza, Shriya and Tarun.
SACH organized Heart 2 Heart carnival on a grand scale to mobilize children from the city and provide them the glimpse of the world of children suffering from heart diseases. To inculcate in them a sense of compassion and willingness to contribute in their own way towards helping these children belonging to the lower socio-economic groups.
Heart 2 Heart carnival which began at 11:30 am had a host of contests including Art in Heart conrent, How to be Heart Smart – Poster/Slogan contest, Mimicry show, Songs of the Heart, poetry contest, talking doll show, close to my heart – paining contest, wear your heart outt – fancy dress contest, Dhoom 2006 – Inter school dance competition, performance by Shaimak Davar’s group, performances by physically challenged children etc. The even culminated at 3 pm with a grand finale attended by celebrities like Sania Mirza, Shriya, Tarun, Mr. Sudhir Reddy, Chairman – HUDA, Mr Jayesh Ranjan, Vice Chairman HUDA and advisory committee members of SACH, Mr. Rangachary, Former Chairman, IRDA and Mr. Bhasheeruddin Babukhan. Sania Mirza, Shriya and Tarun presented prizes to the winners of contests.
Several schools including Sujatha Public School, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Jain International, Oakridge, Orchinds, Geetanjali, HPS, DRS, International school, Sri International participated in the carnival.
About SACH (Save A Child’s Heart Foundation)
SACH (Save A Child’s Heart Foundation) is a charitable organization supported by Apollo Group of Hospitals. In it’s two years of operations, it has screened over 30,000 children for heart diseases across the country and provided aid to over 1000 children undergoing major surgical procedures for heart diseases.