Siddhi Nagwekar is a bright young mind studying at R.P Junior College of Arts, Commerce and Science in Vasai, Maharashtra. She scored 97% in GRADE 10 and is taking coaching classes for IIT/Engineering. Her mum is a homemaker and she has a 6-year-old brother.
Due to the sudden demise of her father, Shri Manoj Nagwekar (the sole breadwinner of the house), she is unable to pay her 12th standard college fees and will also not have the resources to fund her Graduate course college fees.
This campaign aims to
1) Raise funds to fund her education
2) Raise funds to help the family with their day-to-day expenses.
3) Help fund the EMI of the house that they live in and pay the loan.
The Nagwekar family in happier times.
The family also has outstanding EMI payments on a loan they had borrowed for their house. They need funds for their daily expenses as well. Their savings are depleting quickly and they don't have any source of income.
Pic shows Siddhi's ranking in her mock exams.
Siddhi's family includes her mother, Mansi Nagwekar who is a homemaker and her younger brother, Bhavam is only 6 years old. Siddhi scored an incredible 97% in her 10th standard final exam and decided to pursue engineering further on. She managed to pay her first-year fees for an integrated two years science course through help from various sources but now she needs INR 1.5L for her second-year fees and 5L for engineering college. She is also going for tuitions to Allen Coaching classes where she is always in the top percentile.
The EMI of their house has not been paid in 3 years due to financial constraints. The loan amount outstanding is 27L which could not be repaid as Siddhi's father was not insured.
INR 6.5 L will help Siddhi pursue her dreams to become an engineer.
INR 11 L will take care of the households expenses for the next 2 years.
INR 27 L is the loan outstanding on the house.
Let us come together to help Siddhi and her family in their time of need.
Pic: Siddhi and her younger brother.
The funds raised will be sent to the account of Siddhi's mother - Mansi.
Let us all do our bit and give this family the support they deserve. This will help them with their further education and help make these children become capable, independent, and sensitive adults. They would have it in their DNA to give it back to the society that supported them once.
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