On the occasion of International Migrants Day, M3M Foundation organized a film screening program for children from labor families

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Gurugram: In commemoration of International Migrants Day, M3M Foundation orchestrated a film screening program as part of its ‘iMpower’ program, catering specifically to children from labor families. The primary aim of this event was to bring joy to the lives of these children, who were treated to a screening of the film “12th Fail” at Web Cinema M3M Urbana Premium, Gurugram.

The event garnered participation not only from the children associated with the ‘iMpower’ club but also from their families, alongside more than 300 individuals from the surrounding areas. The film was presented to the children in two sessions, creating a memorable experience for all attendees.

Dr. Payal Kanodia, Chairperson and Trustee of M3M Foundation, emphasized the foundation’s overarching objective of assisting as many individuals as possible. While watching a movie may be a commonplace activity for the average child, Dr. Kanodia noted that for children from labor families, it holds special significance, transforming it into a noteworthy event. The palpable happiness on the faces of the children during the film screening underscored the success of the initiative.

Dr. Kanodia further highlighted that, under the iMpower program, the foundation extends support to financially disadvantaged children at various intervals. Over the years, the program has made a positive impact on the lives of numerous children and families, assisting in education and health.

The film screening event served as a testament to the M3M Foundation’s commitment to fostering positive experiences for children from vulnerable backgrounds, aligning with its broader mission of social responsibility and community welfare.

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About iMpower:

The M3M Foundation administers a program known as iMpower, which extends comprehensive support to children from migrant families. This initiative encompasses assistance in education, healthcare, women’s empowerment, and active involvement in public welfare schemes. Over the past three years, this program has positively impacted the lives of more than 3000 children and 2000 families.

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