As part of the Oru Pid Ari Project to collect a fistful of rice from each child . The students of the school jointly collected 140 kg of rice which was handed over to Asha Bhavan.The visit made the students aware of the need to support the unprivileged people.
Mid Day Meal was given to the patients and bystanders of Medical College Thrissur on account of Guru Poornima which was contributed by class XI and XII students. Six students were accompanied by two teachers and office staff members to do this noble gesture
On 22nd August 2019 Students of our Vidyalaya distributed relief materials to the victims of flood, residing at Kuttur, Thrissur District in the presence of Sri Unnikrishnan Panchayath President Kolazhy, Smt Shoba Menon Principal and Smt Usha Prem Vice Principal. A kit containing various articles was distributed and the benevolence shown by our students from class 1 to class XII was invigorating and appreciable. Their generosity shown by the students brings contentment and happiness.
Oru Pidi Ari - ( A Fistful of rice) By the Tiny Tots- 70 Kg of Rice to Asha Bhavan
It was decided that the students would pool money and distribute ONAM kits to 40 different poor families These kits included all the necessary items for them to have a sumptuous meal. Students had identified 40 families in keeping with the RUBY JUBIlEE CELBRATIONS of the Vidyalaya
Kuttanad in Alleppy district of Kerala was the worst and earliest affected in flood ravaged Kerala. Students of Chinmaya Vidyalaya have empathized and contributed substantially to a relief project intitated by the daily Mathrubhumi-'A supporting Hand to Kuttandu' contributing essential items like bedsheets, towels, soaps, Dettol bleaching powder, biscuits, pulses, candles etc.
Donated 300 books to Ramavarmapuram Government Schools on 13.11.2017
Class 12th students donated study materials like books,pens etc to NSS Boys hostel on 14.11.17
Class 11 along with their teachers embarked on a social service venture by distributing lunch food packets to the needy as part of Gurupurnima Celebrations.
The zest and zeal of students to "Share" and "Care" for the people who battle for survival is incredible. By being generous in the service of the community, the students decipher the meaning of life. The children wholeheartedly foray into the world of communal service and to salvage this spirit, our school has initiated myriad programmes to strengthen this "bond".
Students of Class 9 celebrated Christmas in a different way. They visited the differently abled children at Reach Swasraya and entertained them. Each child carried a gift for one of the inmates of the organization.
As part of the 'Oru Pidi Ari' inititative 50Kgs of rice was collected from classes 3 to 6 and this was donated to Asha Orphanage , Ramavarmapuram on 20th February 2017.
A talk on Road Safety and Traffic Awareness was organized by the Jana Maithri Police station, Viyyur. Shri. A P Mukundan addressed the students of Class VIII and spoke on road safety.
A talk on Interactive Software for Entrance Coaching.
The students of our Vidyalaya visited a Tribal Colony in Wynad to hand over medicines, clothes and money. The money would be utilized to construct a well, the group had an interaction with the tribal elders and children and could gain an idea of their way of life.
The students contributed willingly to purchase iron tablets, which were supplied to the tribal women of Attappady, where poverty is endemic.
Responding positively towards the appeal made by Sri.Vijay Menon during his talk on 15-6-2015 students of 11th Std. generously contributed an amount of Rs.14,595/- for buying sleeping mats for the Tribals of Wyanad District. These mats were handed over to the representatives.
Our school extended a helping hand to the Chennai's rain affected citizens. Understanding the immediate requirements of the rain ravaged citizens of Chennai, the young children responded clarion call of the needy proving the fact that compassion and generosity still prevail in their heart.
"Service With A Smile" is the holy mantra which we voice and value - to decorate our life with joy by serving with a smile for someone who is in need. Children willingly drop money into the donation box kept in the school portico which is channelized for the needy.
"One Rupee, One Life" Scheme was embraced by our student community. It encourages each child to contribute one rupee from their pocket money to be used for Palliative Care."
A day of fulfillment for the students of Class IX. Once a year, the students of Std. IX visit Swasraya Reach Us and try to illuminate the dampened spirits and bring joy to the lives of the differently abled children there by befriending them and bestowing gifts upon them.