ITQ helps children of Blind Relief Association this Independence Day

InterGlobe Technology Quotient (ITQ) offered a helping hand to the children of Blind Relief Association, Lodhi Road, New Delhi this August. As a gesture to obliterate differences and make them stand as united and free, the members of the ITQ family lend a hand in various activities like candle and paper bag making, arranging library, data entries, Hindi reading, content writing, and assistance in room decoration.

Anil Parashar, President and CEO, ITQ, said, “I want to thank the organizers of Blind Relief Association for allowing us the opportunity. Assisting the youngsters was in itself a great learning for us. They have helped us understand that disability cannot hinder you from achieving your goal. Their ability to struggle and survive in spite of all adversities is the real achievement, and these children have helped us realize that. This experience was both educative and informative for us and we will continue to keep emulating this knowledge in our day to day life.”

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