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CrazyPrints, Icontribute to distribute stationery kits to make Diwali special for underprivileged children

Updated: Oct 12, 2016 12:35 IST

New Delhi [India], Oct 12 (ANI-NewsVoir): India, a developing country stands

on 92nd position in terms of literacy rate which is 74.04 percent. Conscious efforts are being made to build a literate country yet there exists a substantial ratio of the children who are unable to get a basic education.

Icontribute a social Enterprise has collaborated with CrazyPrints an online printing company for "Different Diwali" campaign which aims to enlighten lives of the underprivileged.

The campaign fundamentally aims to help the underprivileged kids to get closer to education. It goes in such a way that on every purchase of annual diary till Diwali, will give one stationary kit and Icontribute will be in charge for distributing them to these underprivileged kids.

Manish Handa, Director of Icontribute, enthusiastically reacted when asked about this noble cause said, "We have seen the underprivileged kids not being able to receive proper education thus we came up with this thought in mind to celebrate this Diwali differently and enlighten these lives in association with"

Nimish Shah, Director of and Darshit Jobaliya, COO of, gladly said "We are in the printing business for long and our ultimate aim has always been to stand in support of education, thus through Icontribute will be able to accomplish that; and Diwali is one of the best occasion to take pride in undertaking this noble cause as the festival itself reflects the message of enlightenment." (ANI-NewsVoir)