Social Outreach


Our school actively supports the Let's Be Well Red (LBWR) massive campaign to eradicate anemia through iron rich goodness bars, started by Rajvi Mehta from Brown University and encouraged by Duke University. Student volunteers have approached various organizations and companies for research and implementation of the same. These programs have been successful and well received by one and all.

Kashmir Flood Relief and Hudhud Relief

Our Principal, parents and students had personally visited the Kashmir valley to reach out to the flood affected victims. Parents wholeheartedly donated huge amount of relief material.

To equip children with the skills necessary to live happily and successfully in a challenging and changing world.Looking at the plight of poor people of Kashmir, Bright Start Fellowship International School decided to reach out to them. Essential items to be collected were chalked out. As our Bright Start Pre-School had become the collection centre, it was flooded with the relief materials sent from our generous parents and their relatives, with relevant efforts of parents,,teachers and the staff of Bright Start, donation kits were packed and dispatched by cargo. They consisted of clothes, blankets, food items,medical kits and personal hygiene kits. The food kits comprised of 10kg rice,5 kg dal,5kg channa, masala and masala powder. Whereas the personal hygiene contained blankets, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc. Donations were made in either cash or in kind. These were personally handed over to flood affected victims in Kashmir by our Principal and a few student volunteers.

Daan Utsav - The Joy Of Giving

Daan Utsav” was a weeklong event that culminated into a donation drive on 8th October. The joy of giving, which was emphasized, helped students carry out various acts of kindness and to reflect on their thoughts. Students involvement in these acts deeply touched everyone’s hearts. With the help and the support of the PTA members, the students readily got themselves involved in the donation drive.


For the Diwali celebration, like last year, Utsavali 2014 took place on 8th October 2014, and was visited by all parents. The workforce consisted of students from Grades IX and X. Hand-crafted diyas, postcards, lanterns, torans, etc., which were made by students from all grades, were put on sale. Parents and teachers marveled at the work of the students, and many parents flooded the auditorium to buy these. The collected amount was donated to some NGOs as part of the Daan Utsav project