SIMC gets a helping hand from Alamy Images


Tvm: Alamy Images India, a Technopark based company took its first step into responsible corporate citizenship today, when it volunteered to promote the artistic talents of the children of the State Institute for the Mentally Challenged (SIMC) at Pangappara, near Technopark in Trivandrum.

The cultural and social club ‘CLICKS’ of Alamy Images donated a comprehensive audio and video system to the children of this institute. The children here are musically inclined and the teachers at this institute inculcate the aspects of musical therapy to rejuvenate their minds and enhance their social effectiveness. Alamy has also helped to promote the athletic talent in this institution. Michael, a promising sprinter, is being supported by Alamy. Michael who is a student here is representing India at the ‘Athletic Meet’ in Athens. The handing over function of the audio and the video equipment was presided by the Sreelal, Principal; Venu, Administration Officer and the children of SIMC.
In a release, Sindhu Pillai, President, CLICKS said, “This initiative is only a stepping stone to further our interests in the fields of helping the needy and the challenged. Our other initiatives include social development, community service and spreading the green initiative.”
Launched in 1999, Alamy Images revolutionised stock photography by creating the world’s first open, unedited collection of images. The pictures come from anyone who wants to sell – a diverse mix of professional photographers, enthusiastic amateurs, stock agencies, news archives, museums and national collections. Alamy is the largest and most comprehensive online photo resource, offering unrivalled choice to picture buyers around the world. Alamy donates the vast proportion of its operating profits to medical research.

Kerala IT News


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