RAMEN PREET KAUR is a world famous personality from Dehradun India, known for her social activism. She has earned a name for herself by her fine tuned work for the down trodden. Recently, she celebrated the birthday of her late mother by inaugurating her family foundation Manbir Kaur Foundation, institute.
in the name of her late mother.
On this day, Ramenpreet was in the news for distributing 65 chairs to the handicapped on19th Dec 2020. Ten sports kids were also given wheel chairs, apart from honouring around fifty citizens for their extraordinary contribution to social and cultural life of the state.
Ramenpreet from childhood loves spreading happiness around and very emotional at heart loves sharing what ever she has with her.She was in the habit of giving pens and pencils to small kids of her class. And later on, it became the passion of her life, because the smile she saw in the eyes of these children made her happy and that is a kind of blessings she got from the universe by serving them.
Raman Preet started her career as a school teacher which gave her a peep into the realities of the lives of children from deprived sections of society. Later on, it became a full time passion for her. Now, after her family responsibilities, she spends her entire time interacting with kids from govt or pvt schools located in poor localities.
She is State President of Anapurna Roti Bank, where birthdays for poor kids are celebrated to share their happiness, she loves stationeries and books with them on their birthdays.
She motivates and brings our the hidden talent in them and makes sure the best among them gets all facilities to compete with best students.
She is a regular visitor to the Orphanage and Bridh Ashram where her organization celebrates birthdays of senior citizens and offer them clothes, and blankets etc.
Raman Preet was made State Vice President of National Sports Promotion Organization. She was honoured by International organization Philosophical Poetica for her extraordinary Social Activism. She has received several state, national and international awards in recognition of her social work.
IAWA selected her for the most prestigious award of SaraswatiBai Dadasaheb Phalke’s IAWA Women Achiever Award (WAA) by Amarcine production for her selfless services towards humanity and social services.She said she had aim to start a school for needy and underprivileged children to educate them and make them self depended for their future and in return this will enhance the betterment of the society.