Raindropss

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Raindropss Charity Foundation
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Raindropss logo
FormationAugust 2011; 10 years ago (2011-08)
TypeSocial Organization
HeadquartersChennai, India
Websitehttp://raindropss.org

Raindropss Charity Foundation is an Indian registered social organisation located in Chennai. It was founded in 2011 by Aravind Jayabal. It concentrates mainly on delivering social awareness messages to the public in the form of short movies and theme songs through entertainment and media.[1]

Raindropss have been recognized thrice by Guinness Book of World Records and India & Asia Book of Records for creating awareness on various social causes.

Reach the Beach, Educate A Child, Calendar for a cause, honoring women achievers across various genres, environmental awareness, feed the needy; student’s social responsibility wing and medical wing are the notable initiatives of Raindropss.

Playback singer A.R.Raihanah (A.R.Rahman's sister) is the music director and Goodwill ambassador of Raindropss Charity Foundation.

Guinness Record Holder[edit]

Raindropss officially entered Guinness Book of World Records for the 'Largest Human Image of An Ear' - an initiate to support hearing impaired [2]

Team[edit]

Founder, Managing Trustee & Creative Head
Aravind Jayabal

Goodwill Ambassador
A.R.Raihanah

Co-Founder
Balaji Vasudevan

Trustees
Arun Loganathan
Balaji Duraisamy
Vivek R Nair
Sridevi Mogilineedi
Deepak Chandrasekaran

Committee Members
Subbulakshmi S Balaji
Archana Loganathan
Anitha Balan
Karthik Srinivas
Ayshwar Venkatesh
Dilip Kumar
Aarthi Vivek

Projects[edit]

Raindropss' first project – on the theme of eye donation – Vizhigal.[3]

Other projects include a song for World Disability Day,[1] "Educate a child" campaign,[4] an environmental theme song Ithu Namma Bhoomi.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Spreading social messages through celluloid". The Times of India. 23 April 2013. Archived from the original on 28 April 2013. Retrieved 27 April 2013.
  2. ^ "Largest human image of an ear".
  3. ^ Patnaik, Subrat (25 February 2012). "The gift of sight". The Hindu. Retrieved 27 April 2013.
  4. ^ "Singing for change". Indian Express. 2 May 2012. Retrieved 27 April 2013.