Being a generous and altruist person that she is, Nita Ambani once again took to the cause of doing something good for underprivileged kids this Christmas. For children at Akanksha, Teach for India, Nanhi Kali, Umeed and Pratham – the five Mumbai based NGOs that work with underprivileged kids, those with developmental disabilities, and the girl child- Nita Ambani played the best Santa they could have hoped for.
Nita Ambani spread Christmas joy by distributing gifts at the famous toy store ‘Hamleys’ in High Street Phoenix, Mumbai. She threw a welcoming bash for all the kids from these NGOs at the gigantic store opened by Reliance Retail in association with Hamleys of UK – the world’s most famous toy retailer since 1760.
This 30,000 square feet space is like a Disney World of toys. Filled with toys that lend themselves to every possible imagination of a child, this store from the house of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) is probably one of the best and the most attractive that this city boasts about.
Nita Ambani, dressed sportingly for the role in red, joined in at ‘Hamleys’ which kept its doors closed for two hours each morning between Friday and Sunday so that underprivileged kids from these NGOs could have the ultimate treat of their lives. The store also featured puppet shows, magic shows, story-telling sessions, and other exciting activities like Santa parties and Christmas parades for the kids on these days. And the parting gift after this fun-filled Christmas bash was an educational gift from the lady Santa herself.

Spreading the message of ‘Share and Care’, Nita Ambani also spoke of ‘education for all’ as a realizing dream for all these kids. Education for All – was the initiative she launched during the IPL 3 by taking 100 kids to every match the Mumbai Indians played, and a small team of them to South Africa, when the team participated in the Champions League.
Nita Ambani has for long been a forerunner in undertaking the cause of helping underprivileged children and this Christmas she proved to be a true Santa by undertaking the ‘joy of giving’ stance and by also giving a helping hand in creating educational provision for all these children.


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