Friday, April 29, 2016

Our Colorful Centres!

"The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off of our souls" 
- Pablo Picasso

At Sambhali Trust, we know how important an inspiring work environment is, and we want all of our students to be able to learn in a positive and colorful space. 

So for the past few weeks, we have been working very hard at decorating the walls of our centres.

Here's some of the art that our students and volunteers have created so far!

Sambhali Laadli Empowerment Centre

The students and volunteers, Anita and Morgan, worked together to paint this beautiful tree with "leafs" of their hand prints. 
The painting brings more life to the otherwise dark walls and reminds the girls about the community that they are apart of at Sambhali.





They also painted artwork of women doing different professions, such as a nurse, lawyer and tennis player to name a few!
This is a constant reminder that with education, you can accomplish anything you set your mind to!

Brothers for Sisters Empowerment Centre

Here, our students and volunteers painted the walls with quotes from an inspirational girl that we all know and love - Malala Yousafzai!
She is an inspiration to our students!
 What better way to remember the importance of education than to allow the students to read her words as they study.



Jodhpur Empowerment Centre

On a recent Workshop Wednesday, the students at JEC made Dream Collages. They cut pictures and inspirational words from newspapers and then glued them to paper.
Our students dreams varied with everything from owning their own home, travelling the world, being a doctor, having a family, and winning Miss India!
No matter what their dream was, big or small, we encouraged them that by continuing their education and working hard they can and will accomplish these dreams!
We decorated the walls of the center with these dreams in order to keep that inspiration to study hard. 







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