KIDS4KIDS at 22nd Milan Festival in The Hague


Milan Festival 2006 was truly an example of how to meet, integrate and explore the culture, entertainment and variant products of Indian & Asian background also same time get to meet multicultural people from different nationalities. was very pleased to get so many support from the visitors and beside that during the Milan Festival, Siva for Kids Foundation came in touch with a huge numbers of volunteers who wants to be a part of the projects of domestic and overseas volunteers in the future. The board of appreciate all the warm compliments and motivation which the supporters expressed and willingness to work together for a better world for children in third world countries.

During this activity the children got face painted for 1 euro or they tried their luck on the "Grabbletoren" for a present also for 1 euro. During the informative part of the ongoing projects and completed projects if the supporters find it important to support they could also buy a key holder (1 euro) or purchase the MUSIC4KIDS, A music album for charity (10 euro) and last but not least Postcards of for 3 for 5 euros and 6 for 10 euros: All these profit were 100% fundraised for a renovation project of a primary school in Paramaribo, Suriname.

The supporters were informed about the completed projects through an exposition of pictures and an video presentation of an ongoing project in Suriname (Renovation & Implementation of a children library in a primary school OS BOXEL in Domburg, Paramaribo, Suriname.)

The aim of Siva for Kids Foundation was to fund raise for a specific project called OS BOXEL in Suriname was reached with great results regarding networking with interested companies, volunteers and supporters. We are very pleased to announce that during the Milan Festival 2006, the volunteers of were able to fund raise an amount of 1000 euro for the project in Suriname, South America.

We would like to thank our volunteers who have been there during the Milan Festival to be a part of the fundraising activity for the primary school for 116 children in South America.