ChildRaise Activities 2023


Celebration of International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD 2023)

ChildRaise Trust, an organisation committed to creating an environment of inclusivity , celebrated the International Day of Persons with Disability 2023. The theme was Disabilities & Possibilities. And who else could have explained to us better than Yash Suryavanshi & Kashifa. Yash became visually challenged when he was in 8th standard & Kashifa was born blind. Together they busted a lot of myths, stereotypes. From disability etiquettes, education, employment to how technology has brought them on par with an average person.

Celebration of International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD 2023)


Online media awareness for Epilepsy on the Occasion of Nov 17th National Epilepsy Day & November being the Epilepsy Awareness Month.


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Epilepsy Medicine Distribution for October


  • Sanjivani Epilepsy Medicine Beneficiary - Yash Trying to be on his feet & Stand Tall in spite of his difficult epilepsy.

Epilepsy Medicine Distribution for September


Epilepsy medicine beneficiaries celebrating Independence Day

June - July

"Sanjivani" Epilepsy Medicine Distribution to beneficiaries


ChildRaise is proud to include a person with Cerebral Palsy in our workforce.


World Book Day was celebrated on April 23rd. We, ChildRaise, co-ordinated and donated our Resource Guide "Journey to Empowerment '' to Public Libraries run by BMC across the city of Mumbai for the benefit of parents of children with special needs, teachers & other professionals. Kavita Shanbhag, Founder ChildRaise Trust is seen presenting the guide to Madam Karande & her staff at BMC library at Worli, Mumbai We have also distributed the guides to Mahim Sarvajanik Vachanalay which will be eventually distributed across the Mumbai city.


We celebrated Purple Day 2023 with the Walkathon "Purple Path" in which friends, family, supporters walked at their pace at their place but for a common cause to show support for Epilepsy. We also distributed Anti Epilepsy medicines(AEMs), Purple Day T shirts, bands to ChildRaise beneficiaries of our 'Sanjivani' Epilepsy medicine distribution project. <

Jan- Feb

50 Million Steps Against Stigma the Campaign for Epilepsy Awareness started from Jan 9th & concluded on Feb 13th International Day for Epilepsy. The participants had to walk, jog & report their walking Steps to us.More than 50 walking enthusiasts, joggers participated in this ChildRaise event. We had joined the event initiated by International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE).

Here are some responses from the participants.

"Walking every day is regular.But due to this campaign ,it was with some extra happiness and enthusiasm.Great feeling of doing something special.Thanks."
Sunanda Parkar

This was so much fun, daily I tried my best to walk. I didn’t mind running errands for the family, which I normally avoid. Also I ensured I carried my phone even if I walked ten steps, so that they be counted!!
Dr Anjali Gokarn

I don't like walking alone and this event made me feel like it's a group activity. It motivated me a lot.
Preeti Shanbhag Dalvi

As a routine 6-9 am is a regular workout time. But after joining the group, daily walking half an hour more,”for a cause.” As I m walking in the evening too. Yes.I agree, participating in 50 Million Steps is just feeling of doing something special
Uday Thakurdesai