Happy New Year!

Dear all supporters,

Cheers to the New Year! We Wish you a bright, joyous, peaceful and prosperous 2020!

Happy New Year 2020

Thanks to your continued support, we had a very eventful 2019! We closed it with the much appreciated and enjoyed event at TopGolf Edison on December 15th. For those who missed it, here is the coverage of the event by ITV Gold.
As we enter 2020, we are happy to share two more events with you that bring out the  creative skills in people of all ages, while supporting the underprivileged children of India through the funds collected by these events.
We currently have the following  two online contests open for all of you and your friends to participate:
Poet of the Year Competition for 2019
If  you have a knack for writing unique and compelling poetry then you don’t want to miss our Poet of the Year Competition, which is currently open  to all age groups, from kids to teens, to even adults!  You may now submit your poems all the way  until February 14th via email to newyorkcity@ashanet.org.  Join us for a chance to receive a cash prize for the three winning entries from each category. For more information, and to register, visit https://newyorkcity.ashanet.org/poetoftheyear/
Photo of the Season Competition 
 For those of you who love to click, we would love to share your creative work with the world. The Theme of Our Photo Contest is “Winter Wonderland”. Let us all celebrate the beauty of the winter landscapes through this contest. Enter now to win Cash prizes and your work seen around the world. For more information, and to register, visit https://newyorkcity.ashanet.org/photooftheseason
We look forward to a bright and happening 2020 in which we hope to create many more beautiful memories with all of you while we continue working towards our mission to catalyze socio-economic change in India through the education of underprivileged children
Be sure to check out the links to our website and new socials!
Register for the Upcoming Event – newyorkcity.ashanet.org/PoetOfTheYear
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Hands that help are greater than lips that pray.
Sharda Sheshabhattar
Chapter Coordinator

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