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Hello everyone,

This is Ronisha and on Monday, April 9th 2017, I donated all the supplies to the organization- “Classroom Central.” Just wanted to share a few pictures with you all.

 

With all of your help, I collected 2 full boxes. Thank you all for your support.

Keep a look put for another project on “Creating Hope.”

Ronisha Nanjiani

 

 

Creating Hope

Another successful baking class was held today, July 18th, 2018. Five amazing bakers came home today and together we baked two fancy desserts; a German Parfait and Austrian Linzer cookies. It was fun to teach them how to make these desserts and it feels good to see people take interest in baking. I collected a box of supplies and all the supplies will go to Classroom Central.  Below are some pictures to show what an amazing time we all had.

 

Creating Hope

June 15th, 2017 will be another day to be remembered as I once again donated school supplies to Classroom Central and this time, the number of supplies was more than I have ever got! As mentioned in my earlier blog, I had an amazing experience on May 24th, 2018. On that day, I held a bake sale with the BPW foundation (Business and Professional Women’s Foundation).  I baked homemade chocolate cupcakes and Nankatai’s (Indian cookies) and sold them, collecting about $170. From that money, I bought a large number of supplies and donated them to Classroom Central.

Below are some pictures.

An Amazing Experience

Have any of you ever had an amazing experience that you felt good about? Like an experience of feeling nervous speaking in front of a huge group of women leaders, or the feeling of happiness when you serve underprivileged children?  Well, I had both these experiences on May 24th, 2018, and it indeed felt really good. On May 24th, 2018,  I held a bake sale with the BPW foundation (Business and Professional Women’s Foundation).  I baked homemade chocolate cupcakes and Nankatai’s (Indian cookies) and sold them, collecting about $170. That day, I learned so much and met so many new people. I had an experience of how to handle customers when they come to buy the goods and also how to communicate with them. I also had a chance to meet students who are in the best universities and also people who are within the foundation and got a better understanding of the business world and some tips on how I could improve for next time.

Below are a few pictures and with the money collected, I will be buying school supplies and will donate them to Classroom Central over the summer.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me on my email: ronishananjiani@gmail.com

Thank you to the board members at BPW for allowing me to join hands with you’ll for Creating Hope.

Thank you,
Ronisha

 

Creating Hope

“Children are the world’s most valuable resources and its best hope for the future.”

Hello everyone,

My name is Ronisha Nanjiani and I am back to update you on my December 2017 project. Over winter break, I conducted a bake sale for beginners for my Creating Hope project and it was so much fun!! We baked basic chocolate cupcakes and Nankhatai’s (Indian cookies). Everyone donated a good amount of supplies and I ended up collecting one whole box of new supplies.

Below are a few pictures. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at my email: ronishananjiani@gmail.com

           

Classroom Central in Charlotte

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“All kids need is a little help, a little hope and someone who believes in them.”

Hello everyone,

This is Ronisha here. As you all know, in my previous blog I mentioned I am collecting supplies for the underprivileged children. I have tied up with a center in Charlotte.

I hope you all will donate new supplies like markers, child scissors, glue sticks, notebooks etc. I will do the collection between March 19th and March 25th,  6pm to 7pm. I really hope you all will help me creating hope.

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email me at sweetcherries11@hotmail.com or leave a comment on the blog.

Thank you all once again

Ronisha