On Tuesday, September 5th 2017, Vibha's secretary Vijay Vemulapalli was interviewed by Rose Scott of WABE. Rose hosts talks and discussions on issues of national importance as well as pertinent to the Atlanta local community.
Here's the link to the interview (it is grouped with other interviews Rose did on the same day. Click on 'listen'):
In February 2017, I volunteered at Jan Madhyam, a non-profit organization that aims to improve the lives of economically challenged children and those with special needs. At Jan Madhyam, teachers provide therapies, music, dance, yoga and life skills training to prepare such children to go out into the world.
On July 31, Vibha Milwaukee partnered with a local beneficiary ‘Our Next Generation’ to conduct a workshop to combat bullying in schools and give students strategies to overcome harassment as victims and act as good bystanders. 100 students participated in this event facilitated by 12 volunteers.
Amruta Challa is a Vibha Youth member in Atlanta. A rising seventh grader in Riverwatch middle school, she has budding interests in writing and community service. She joined Vibha in 2016 and says that she has since been involved in many ‘amazing youth events’. Amrutha attended the VolCon annual volunteer conference earlier this year in April. Here is a piece narrating her experience, that she submitted for the ‘Time for Kids’ contest.