RUCHIKA RAKHI EDIT
📍Nehru Centre, Worli Mumbai
📅 3rd & 4th August 2023
Applications open 15th January 2023
"To Serve and Heal"
Inspired by Kintsugi, the Japanese way
KINTSUGI is the Japanese philosophy of repairing broken objects with melted gold. The gold-filled cracks further enhance the beauty of the object remaining a visible reminder of its flaws and imperfections.
“Let the scars of the pandemic fade away, purified by a golden hue.
Let us embrace our imperfections and emerge healed and radiant and,
Let us love unconditionally by helping those who need support."
The Ruchika Club is a prestigious organization of talented women, with a philanthropic intent.
With 410 members of different ages, the Club is like an extended family spanning three generations under the same banner.
Started on 24th August 1972 with just 11 members, the club has grown in stature and experience over the past years of its existence.
Team Work – Makes The Dream Work!
Our Unsung Heroes
“Meetings are for learning, bonding
and discovering our inner potential.”
The Club offers a variety of programs -
Talks, festive celebrations, technical skills, and fun events.
Starting from June to our AGM in March, members enjoy 10
meetings in a year.
Of these, 5 are Joint meetings, for better bonding between
the three wings of the Club.
In the pandemic, meetings were held on Zoom, and every
member could attend.
Every meeting is a happy union of bonding with friends.
Below Video of Past Meetings - May 2020 to March 2021
An Orphanage for Abandoned girls, near Lonavala. The Club gives 124 girls living there, lodging, boarding, education, medical expenses, as well as vocational training, to rehabilitate them into the mainstream of life.
Dr Prakash & Mrs Kanan Golecha, are ENT specialists who have devoted their lives to the service of humanity. They are a part of our annual medical camps for the needy, however remote the area.
Ruchika Club hosts a free Eye Camp for the underprivileged, in liaison with Dr Kulin Kothari, an ophthalmologist with over 30 years of practice. Apart from Mumbai, the camp is held at remote places in the interiors of Maharashtra, where little or no medical facility is available.
The Club has been organizing annual Jaipur Foot Camps, since November 2011, with technical support from Bhagwan Mahavir Viklang Sahayata Samiti, who are experienced at crafting light weight artificial ‘Jaipur’ limbs.
Testimonials of Members
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