Showers of blessings – October 2014 Newsletter


A Grant to see a million more smiles by the Millennium Alliance

The Millennium AMillanium Alliancelliance, An India – U.S. Innovation Partnership for Global Development, finds in Angel Xpress Foundation an idea worth supporting and confers a substantial grant for its operations. With less than 2.5 years of being in existence being a winner for a Substantial Grant under the Innovation Grants category makes us feel on top of the world! We thank everyone who are and have been a part of our wonderful journey.









A 3 minutes sneak peek into the day of our children –

Arpit Goyal and team wanted to shoot a small video to show the world a bitabout the Angel Xpress Foundation and stumbled upon much more then they could have imagined. Not only did they explore the children during our sessions but they also discovered how Angel Xpress to them was much more than a just a one hour class; It was one of the best part of their days. Watch this video to get a sneak peek into the lives of our beautiful children. If you like what you see, come aboard the good karma xpress. Write to asking for information on volunteering or message your email Id to 9930070086.




It’s raining toys

Toy DayRuchita Dar Shah of the First Moms Club, Sheetal Goel of Cupik Design Personalised Stationery, Anushka Basantani and team Spreading Smiles along with many other our donors and supporters came forward to ensure each one of our kids at AXF Juhu and Santacruz went home laden with 2 or more toys, paint sets gifted by Pidelite as well as brownies and idlis. Tara Sharma Saluja was our guest of honor for the morning. The smiles on faces, both kids and volunteers were rivaling sunshine.






The Angel Xpress Students become stars as they dance for change  

Youth Theatre

The Inner Wheel of the Rotary Bombay Airport has tied up with us to render all kinds of services for our kids across centers. This month, they started by whitening our children’s smiles with a dental camp for our Juhu center at Tilak Udyan, a garden managed by the Rotary Club of Bombay Airport. They also gifted the students smart Puma shoes! Thank you Himadri Lathia and friends for your generosity