In a world often fraught with challenges, it’s the collective spirit of humanity that shines brightest. The Miraculum Society Nagaland is proud to announce the launch of its transformative campaign, “The 100s Angels.” This initiative is not just a campaign; it is a movement, where hundreds of individuals from all walks of life will come together to support the lives of 150 children from the Creative Children’s Friendship Centre Noklak.

A Movement of Compassion:
The society believes in the inherent kindness and compassion within every individual. “The 100s Angels” campaign is a testament to the power of collective action in making a positive impact. It’s a call to action for 100s of citizens to join hands and become angels for these children, providing them with the education, opportunities, and hope they deserve.

Vision and Mission:
The vision is simple yet profound – to establish a community where people from diverse backgrounds unite to create lasting change through acts of kindness. The mission revolves around extending a helping hand to the 150 children, ensuring they have access to education and opportunities for a better future. Through the campaign, It aims to ease the difficulties in their lives and pave the way for a brighter tomorrow.

The 100s Movement:
The “The 100s Angels” campaign will span three consecutive years, during which each participant will actively engage in humanitarian activities and support the mission. It envisions a community where individuals from all walks of life come together to uplift those in need. The campaign will focus on various aspects, including education, humanitarian aid, and livelihood projects, to create a holistic impact on society.

Commitment and Contribution:
As part of the movement, each participant will make a token contribution to the society’s official account every month for the duration of three years. This commitment ensures the sustainability of its efforts and allows it to provide regular reports on the utilization of funds. Every member of “The 100s Angels” is essential in driving positive change and offering hope to those in crisis.

Expanding Outreach:
In addition to supporting the children from the Creative Children’s Friendship Centre, Noklak, it aims to extend its outreach program to more villages within Noklak. Its humanitarian aid initiatives will continue, providing relief to those in need. Furthermore, this year, the society plans to launch entrepreneurship ventures, offering skill development training and employment opportunities to empower local communities.

“The 100s Angels” campaign is not just about financial contributions; it’s about being an angel in someone’s life. It’s about embodying the spirit of compassion and making a tangible difference in the world. The Miraculum Society Nagaland invites everyone to join in their noble endeavor and become a beacon of hope for the 150 children who deserve a chance at a better future.

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About the Miraculum Society Nagaland
At its core, “Miraculum” encapsulates the essence of miracles, wonders, and marvels. It represents the profound belief in the extraordinary potential of humanity to create positive change, even in the face of adversity. The Miraculum Society Nagaland, guided by this ethos, endeavors to be a catalyst for transformation in the lives of the less privileged through education, empowerment, and advocacy.

Central to the mission of The Miraculum Society Nagaland is the promotion and dissemination of education. Recognizing education as a potent tool for empowerment and social upliftment, the society is committed to providing opportunities for study and research. Through educational seminars, meetings, and collaborative initiatives, it seeks to make knowledge accessible to all, irrespective of socio-economic backgrounds.

Moreover, the society extends its reach beyond education to encompass the holistic well-being of individuals and communities. By offering support to benevolent schemes aligned with its objectives, The Miraculum Society Nagaland strives to address pressing socio-economic challenges and enhance the quality of life for those in need.

In pursuit of its goals, The Miraculum Society Nagaland actively engages with educational institutions, religious organizations, and cultural bodies. By fostering collaboration and dialogue, it aims to promote cultural understanding and spiritual development among diverse communities. Through its inclusive approach, the society seeks to bridge divides and foster a sense of unity and solidarity among the people of Nagaland.

The journey of The Miraculum Society Nagaland is a testament to the vision, determination, and unwavering commitment of its founder, VikuonuoSachu. Inspired by a deep-seated desire to make a difference in the lives of others, Sachu’s leadership has propelled the society forward, galvanizing support and mobilizing resources to realize its noble aspirations.

In the words of VikuonuoSachu, “Forming a society is a big dream for me. And naming it as ‘The Miraculum Society’ gave me another reason to believe in fulfillment through prayer, faith, dedication, and hard work.” Indeed, The Miraculum Society Nagaland stands as a shining example of what can be achieved when individuals come together with a shared purpose and a commitment to making miracles happen.

As The Miraculum Society Nagaland continues on its journey, the future brims with promise and possibility. With a steadfast dedication to its mission, the society is poised to make an enduring impact on the lives of countless individuals and communities across Nagaland. Through its unwavering commitment to education, well-being, and cultural understanding, it will continue to be a beacon of hope, lighting the way towards a brighter, more equitable future for all.

Projects undertaken by the Miraculum Society Nagaland
Menstrual Hygiene management programme in collaboration with We The Change,

Period positive Campaign conducted in Christian High School Noklak,

Government School Zunheboto re-furnished in collaboration with Silver Vision,

Visitation of border area school, Straight Way Mission School,

Sachü Scholarship programme commenced with Kohima Village Students’ Union,

Distribution of blankets conducted over four villages within Noklak,

Study materials given to the KVSU for Free Night tuition,

Inauguration of the Creative Children’s Friendship Centre at Noklak,

21 Days Teaching Programme conducted in collaboration with Eduversity ,

Anti Drug awareness video released with the 14th Assam Rifles Noklak,

International day of the girl child conducted by District administration of Noklak,

Book Donation conducted for the Library,

Peace Curriculum conducted by the Sunbird Trust India,

Skill development programme conducted with the district administration Noklak under BetiBachaoBetiPadhao,

Free base training programme under ministry of rural development government of India,

Employment bootcamp programme in collaboration with YouthNet,

Diploma in Computer Application course conducted for three months,

Miraculum Carnival hosted for the first time in Noklak,

National Integration Tour under the guidance of 14th Assam Rifles.

Miraculum Society Nagaland

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