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Just Wish: They Want To Read Initiative

Just Wish

Just Wish, a non-government organisation launched in the summer of 2017 by Sushil Singh and Sarita Rawat Singh, has started a new project name – They Want To Read. Sushil, who did see several hard roads while growing up, has helped several schools. However, he feels that there is the poorest section of the society who can’t even think about making their children read. As the world is moving faster, and many Indians are now educated, it is crucial for people to understand that the poorest section of society can have something. Otherwise, things would not be as good as apple pie. 

What Is They Want To Read Project?

They Want To Read is a project for making sure that young children, who do spend hours doing nothing, do get the opportunity to read and see a future at some of the decent positions. Otherwise, there can be many a slip in their journeys. The program will help students to get a basic education. From 3 to 7 pm, Monday to Friday, employees of SSR Techvision, SaiVa SysTem, SaiVa AcadEmy and Deebaco are managing things and passing the knowledge and at the same time, several volunteers are playing their roles. 

Students are not just getting one good meal – but are also getting a good education. Even the founders of Just Wish are giving some hours from their hectic schedule for helping those who need it the most. 

“Ngo’s purpose is not open schools and earn – but to provide education from the professional point of view for making sure that they can become 10 times better than what they are. 

“I did see difficulties in finding a decent place to study during my childhood in Mumbai. However, not I do not want to see it happening with many young students like me who want to study but not have a platform,” said Sushil Singh 

Co-founder Sarita Rawat Singh also made a statement. 

“If we are not helping these young stars, then who will be. This world is full of creative people and there can be with the right education, so why should we be miles behind from playing our parts,” Sarita Rawat Singh said. 

Just Wish is indeed doing a great job. One can make a visit at for becoming a part of this and various other projects. It just makes things that much better if the world is ready to help. 

With this initiative, many young children can have the backing of education which is very crucial in this brick-and-mortar world.