Recently in Mumbai Muskurahat Foundation, a non-profit organization organized ‘Ek Safar Khushiyo ka’ with 91 kids of Bal Bhavan, Girgaum Chowpatty. The main motive behind celebrating the event with the kids was to spread smiles and share the delight with the less privileged. It was the second anniversary of the organization. It started with with a mingling session and proceeded with an Art and dance workshop as well as the screening of Chillar Party. The event was sponsored by Dash Entertainment & Souvenir Entertainment.
One of the spectacular jamboree was the ‘The Joyride 2016’ for which wthe organization is obliged to receive support from Bikers United For A Cause with 53 riders. The joyride was a blissful trip to heaven for the kids on luxurious toys ranging from Royal Enfields to masterpieces like Audi, BMW, Mercedes Benz and Range Rover. The road-map was from the Girgaum Chowpatty passing through Queen’s Necklace, Nariman Point- Hanging garden and back to Home-Bal Bhavan.
Himanshu Goenka, President of Muskurahat Foundation said, “Riding on a luxurious bike or car is probably a dream and we would love to make the dreams of a few kids come true. Especially when the kids are deceived by their fate.”.An event like The Joyride 2016 had commenced for the 1st time in Mumbai. This was an initiative to make the kids feel that they are indifferent and are equally eligible to secure their right in the society. All the fundamentals of the kids were well taken care of with lunch, snacks, excellent arrangements and decoration of the venue. The kids were also awarded with Art hampers. We were obliged and are in awe when renowned personalities support our cause. ‘Nakash Aziz’s the singer of ‘Jabra Fan’ was also present to support us on this auspicious day for celebrating our impeccable contribution to the society.
Muskurahat Foundation is an initiative to touch every sphere of society and they did not have anything else other than Muskurahat to return on their anniversary. They inteded for euphoria and spreading innumerable smiles in the lives of 91 kids.