Neeru Sharma, Volunteer Disha NGO, www.ourcivilsociety.com Gaurav, I wish to thank you with respect and honor in my heart because you did coordinate well and as a result writer for the beneficiary was arranged. May all good come back to you and your family in multitude. Sanjeev Priyadershi, Executive Director, Hi Impact Consultants I think the best way to make a difference is to surround yourself with outstanding people and organizations that has similar values and a passion to make the world a better place. I found just i was looking for, thanks and wishes to the team for the fantastic work. Nagendra Singh, Practice Leader – Salesforce, Gravity Infosolutions They are very consistent in their pickups. It's very easy to arrange and I know that the things I donate will not be wasted and any money raised goes to a good cause. My support to Mission Learning Foundation would always be there. Prangya Parida, MS Mathematics Student, Michigan Technological University Being a part of MLF is the most important phase of my life since I got to interact with so many highly motivated people who are always ready to help others.I am so grateful to MLF team for having me as a volunteer and I can’t thank them enough for having learnt so many things. I wish MLF all the best for all its future endeavors. Dr. Sahil Kapoor, ENT specialist The doctors at KK health care centre are proud to be a part of mission learning organization. The team is highly motivated to work for a social cause. We hope that our association with mission learning organization will be beneficial for the needy Piyush Narnoli, B. Sc. (h) chemistry student, Kirori Mal College Working as an intern for 'Mission Learning Foundation' was my first internship experience with an NGO . I had no idea as to what this internship would engender. This element of nascence was both exciting and challenging. Working in 'Mission Learning Foundation, has by far been one of the maximum learning for me. Teaching and interacting with the children has definitely given me a different perspective of my own self as well as that of the world around me. Putting in these hours of constructive work in the NGO has been both interesting and challenging. The children there have a subtle way of touching our lives in so many ways and I feel that I have been transformed by this experience in a very subtle way. One thing is for sure, that the experience will remain with me forever. It was a joy to watch these children derive pleasure from small things and and this is something I certainly imbibed from these children. Moreover, initially I faced many challenges but gradually I learnt the art of tackling such students. I have really evolved as a person after this internship and forever be grateful to 'MLF' for making me a part of it.