Breaking the Poverty Cycle through Education
We work for the betterment of children from less privileged backgrounds by providing them with a well-rounded education that enables them to be at par with other middle and upper-class children.
All of our centers follow a structured program to educate children from low-income areas. Since these centers are strategically located near poverty-stricken neighborhoods, it makes it easy for mothers to walk their children to the learning center each morning.
Building Blocks Kindergarten Learning Centers
Annually, our kindergarten centres witness the graduation of hundreds of children who have diligently completed a comprehensive three-year program. Throughout their time with us, these young learners develop a strong foundation in essential areas such as the English language, mathematics, social sciences, and cultivate valuable traits of good manners and etiquette.
By the end of their journey, these children are well-equipped to embark upon the next phase of their educational endeavours with confidence and proficiency. Our commitment to providing a nurturing and enriching environment ensures that each graduate leaves our kindergarten centres prepared for future academic success.
CEO, Trident Hyundai
In the past year, my friends and I have witnessed your team's commitment to providing quality education for underprivileged children in the slums. With 5 schools and over 150 children, we believe that more financial support will help you achieve your goal of 30 schools/1000 children in a short time.
Highly impressed with activities in the school. Great work being done for development & education of slum children. The kids in the have learned lots of skills after being in this school for only a short time. Impressed with the management of the school and moral training methods for teachers etc. Good luck!
Tesco HSC Extras team
15 members of Tesco HSC visited Daisy School and had an enjoyable and educational day. The Building Blocks organization provided this opportunity and the team did not want to leave. The children were active and eager to learn, and the team looks forward to future visits for more interactive sessions.