New Delhi, Mar 3:G4S, a world leader in security solutions, celebrated Happy Day on Tuesday, Mar 3 at the British High Commission, as an initiative to spread happiness to underprivileged, differently-abled and orphaned children in New Delhi.
The guest of honor gracing the occasion was Salma Ansari, wife of Vice President Hamid Ansari.
This year G4S has invited more than 5,500 children to celebrate Happy Day across India. These children are invited from several established NGOs and charity organisations like HOPE Foundation, SOS, JAMGHAT and India Vision Foundation.
Happy Day will be celebrated at more than 60 locations across Northern Africa, Middle East and Southern Asia Region out of which 34 locations are in India.
At the occasion, G4S also announced its support to 10 underprivileged children from the India Vision Foundation under its 'Children of Vulnerable Families Project'.
This support would be towards each child's education and well being where G4S would be sponsoring the child's tution fee, stationery and medical expenses among others.
India Vision Foundation was born with the receipt of the Ramon Magsaysay Award by Dr Kiran Bedi in the year 1994.
G4S India celebrated the day with the theme of Aladdin and Jasmine.