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Kshitij – Youth of Baroda Celebrating kite festival with the specially challenged & physically disabled children 
Uttarayan is associated with a feeling of joy, friends, cheers a festival that grips the youth the young and old in all who celebrate the occasion in FUN. We at United way of Baroda want to bring together the specially challenge ones to enjoy this festival too its going to be called Kshitij and will be celebrate on the 11th January, 2013; this is also celebrated as National Youth Day.
 
Our motive is to make these special children feel that they are also a party to celebrating this event. We are aware that they lead a different lifestyle compared to us and most of them do not benefit the same pleasure of living. Together with us our NGOs too wish to get them involved in this event as the last year’s event was a success. A total of 400 differently abled children from 23 NGOs will be participating in this event, 100 youth volunteers will be also participating to help these differently able & special children to celebrate this day.

During this special event the youth of Baroda will demonstrate their commitment towards society & will deliver some cherished moments to the most underprivileged segment of Baroda. We believe that together we can make a difference and we assure everyone this is the platform to share and care.

The commemoration of kite festival for Persons with Disabilities in 2013 is an attempt by United Way of Baroda to provide an opportunity to focus on promoting accessibility and removing all types of barriers in society.
 
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