%Aram Sei, (tamil: help others), is a non-profit organization that aims to support grassroots organizations worldwide with specific focus on education and healthcare. We believe that even small acts of kindness and empathy go a long way in making this world a better place…read more.
Sanhiti presents “Therukoothu”
Aram Sei is very excited and honored to be partnering with the one and ONLY, Sanhiti again for their 11th annual production! “Theru” Koothu. As always, this year’s show promises to be mind-blowing with the concept revolving around reminiscing memories of the street one lived in, back home in India.
Come join us on April 8/9 to sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful ride as the talented artistes take you on a nostalgic journey through their dance, while supporting our noble cause.
Please refer to the attached poster for information including show times
Spark 2016 – September 24, 2016
Aram Sei’s ‘Spark – Compete For A Cause’, scheduled for September 24, 2016, Saturday at Hoover theater, Park Avenue, San Jose, CA.
‘Spark – Compete For A Cause’ includes team based competitions in Quiz, Debate, Dance, Music and Drama for children from Preschool, Elementary, Middle and High School. Spark provides a great opportunity for parents to work with a non-profit partner like us to enhance your child(ren) overall achievement. Additionally, Spark provides children a platform to showcase their talents while getting involved in serving the community.
Event Details Below:
Event Website: spark.aramsei.org
Date: September 24th 2016, Saturday
Venue: Hoover theater, 1635 Park Avenue, San Jose, CA 95126
There are many exciting prizes to be won including awards for the winners and participation certificates for all! Registration for Spark is now open at spark.aramsei.org.
Keep Their Dreams Alive!
Aram Sei has chosen two projects this year – Shiksha Ki Ore and Unmarked Streets. You can read about these projects here. These families are counting on your support for a better future for their children.
The girl pictured in this poster is a student at Shiksha Ki Ore, an evening school that bridges the education children from the nomadic communities of Rajasthan, India need to join a regular school. Pooja is eight years old and misses school often, but that’s generally to take care of her younger siblings while her both parents now work to make ends meet. Despite all adversities her commitment to education means she works hard to not only catch up but also helps teach younger kids at Shiksha Ki Ore.
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