See how Manjy Sidoo and her family (David, Dylan, and Jordan) have committed to helping the World Vision Project Rise Up Daughters of India (RUDI) become more successful.
VANCOUVER, BC, January 26, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Manjy Sidoo and her family (David, Dylan, and Jordan) have committed to helping the World Vision Project Rise Up Daughters of India (RUDI) become more successful, effectively immediately. Helping install sanitation systems in Punjab village schools and improving quality of life during school hours, especially for young women.
One of the most significant issues for young women in Punjab village schools is having a safe and healthy setup. This commitment will help keep young women in schools instead of withdrawing for one reason or another. Instead of fearing another day at school, they can begin to look forward to what is offered—putting girls on an even playing field with boys.
The leading man David and Manjy Sidoo worked with, behind World Vision Project RUDI, is Nav Bhatia. He is known in the basketball world as a Toronto Raptors superfan, never missing a single Raptors game since they came into the league.
Many don’t realize how involved he is with charities and non-profits worldwide. As an individual with Indian roots, he wanted to find a way to give back to his country of Origin.
The RUDI project is essential to Bhatia and the Sidoo family because of their roots. Both David and Manjy Sidoo are children of Indian immigrants to Canada. Their families originated from India and grew up in similar villages to those they help with this organization. Opening up opportunities for young women who might not otherwise get a chance for success is a meaningful cause they instantly supported.
Organizers like David and Manjy Sidoo hope that as more Indo-Canadians join the cause, it will continue to evolve into one of the best charities that will help young women prosper . Not only will women have the opportunity to succeed in their home country, but they can move around worldwide and have the freedoms we all cherish.
For more information on World Vision Project RUDI, visit their website at worldvision.ca. They are always looking for new people to help one way or another.
You can find more information on all the different projects and community activities the Sidoo family is working on by visiting their website, sidoofamilygiving.com.
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