They Rise by Uplifting Others

Published: 16th February 2016 04:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th February 2016 04:02 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: Vasudha, Navya, Deekshita are young, in their 20s, work for top companies and love their weekend obsessively. But unlike their ilk, they get excited about their Saturdays and Sundays not because they get to watch a movie or bite into a pizza or catch up in a coffeeshop, but because they get to do some good old service to the society. They love spending their time in the service of the HIV-infected orphan kids. 

Meet the socially conscious corporate employees who choose to wake up at 6 am, head individually and together with some friends to Desire Society, a home that houses and takes care of 74 HIV and AIDS affected children, located in the outskirts of the city.

Navya who works with Silly Monks Entertainment, Deekishita with OMICS International, Richa with Google, Vasudha with Amazon, Ashwini with,  Anil with OMICS international like to spend time with those less privileged children, most of them are orphans in the age group of 3 to 18 years.

Desire Society is a non-profit voluntary organization. Its mission is to improve the lives of people struggling with the impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, especially children and women. Also it aims reduce the spread of HIV and meet the challenges in the field of AIDS.

They believe that rise by uplifting others. That the participation of highly talented IT, Corporate and MNC world will really make a difference. “We do it because it gives us joy that buying the most expensive handset doesn’t”, they say in unison.

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