Lending a helping hand

BANGALORE: Baking contests are dime a dozen in the city and outlets running such events are more common. But, here is an outlet that lends a helping hand to the special needs of differently ab

Published: 20th April 2012 10:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:38 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Baking contests are dime a dozen in the city and outlets running such events are more common. But, here is an outlet that lends a helping hand to the special needs of differently abled children.

To empower such children, and making  them economically independent, self reliant, and socially interactive, the Just Bake outlet and RSI Cafeteria has collaborated with Asha Centre, the school for children with special in the military campus recently.

The outlet is staffed and operated by special students from Asha centre ensuring customers a variety of baked products and snacks. The centre has now taken an initiative to start similar centres in the city for their students as they are already being trained in vocational skill.

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