Scouts and Guides team contribution


The Scouts and Guides team contributed substantially by donating fruits to Nandan Makkal Dham, Belagavi on occasion of 'Gandhi Jayanti'

Food Donation at the Covid Care Centre and Chikumbi Math Orphanage.

The charity was also a part of the agenda with donations to the less privileged and the needy that is undoubted, the need of the hour, in these testing times of the pandemic. Food packets were distributed to the patients at the Covid Care Centre in BIMS and at the Chikumbi Math Orphanage.

Donated Rs.5000 to the COVID patients


Charity begins at home!
A little act of kindness goes a long way in rekindling the humanity in all. A small gesture of love opens a thousand doors to grace and divinity. The angel who kick-started this charitable endeavour is present right in our neighbourhood and studies at KLES’ International School, Belagavi. Meet Master Agastya Urjeet Swamy from grade 2 who won the hearts of many as he donated a sum of Rs. 5000 from his piggy bank for buying fruits to the COVID patients. Around 400 kgs of bananas were handed over to BIMS authorities.
This wonderful act from the tiny tot is sure to be reciprocated in manifolds to make our world a better place to live in as kindness begets kindness.
Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley, and the staff of KLESIS have applauded the beautiful gesture by Agastya and congratulated him on his humanitarian effort.

Visit to Chikumbi


That is only small step for a man, and a giant leap for mankind!
Visit to Chikumbi

Few students and teachers visited 'Chikumbi' and spread colours of love and affection among the orphans . Our students performed, entertained the less privileged kids and distributed sweets .
Visit to Gurukul
They also visited 'Gurukul' an old age home. It was an overwhelming experience to see the kids being blessed by the pleased residents. Ten kilos of dal and rice was donated on behalf of school.

Distribution of food packets to the orphanage


The World Environment Day was also celebrated by the tree plantation drive and the distribution of food packets to the orphanage, Swami Vivekanand Seva Pratishthan.

‘Flood Relief Measuresg’


“ To get the full value of joy you must have someone to divide it with.”
Every single act, you perform to aid the survivors goes towards giving a new lease of life .
The heavy, incessant rains created havoc and led to devastating results in the Belagavi district in Karnataka. Hundreds of people were left starving, homeless and helpless.

In these troubled times, KLES' International School, Belagavi, along with their other institutes joined hands in providing relief disaster services. Principal, Mrs Dipti Ingley, made an earnest appeal to the students, parents, teachers and general public to be generous during this calamity. They all responded magnanimously, donating benevolently
KLES' International School, Belagavi, acted as the collection centre to gather the relief material. Parents ,after having received the message ,without wasting a single precious moment, poured in donating the required things generously (rice, atta, tur dal, oil, sugar, salt, biscuits ,blankets, sanitary napkins, undergarments).
The effort, definitely helped the students to understand the idiom -’Sharing is Caring’. We take this opportunity to thank the donors for their contribution.

‘Joy of Giving’

“ To get the full value of joy you must have someone to divide it with.”
Mother Teresa has put it so beautifully, ”It’s not how much we give, that matters, but how much love we put into giving.” Keeping this in mind the students of KLES’ International School, Belagavi donated a substantial amount of non-perishable items in the form of foodgrains, biscuits,toilet items and many more for the underprivileged on the 7th and 8th November, 2017.


The students of class VIII C, participated in the ‘Joy of Giving ‘ by visiting Mahesh Foundation, Chikumbi Math and Shantai Vrudhashram and spending priceless moments with the inmates at the ashram on 10th November, 2017.
These children truly exhibited the spirit of joy which came from caring for someone in need.The joy we give others manifests itself in infinite ways.The Secretary of the Interact Club, Master Arush Doddwad distributed the food packages on behalf of the students and promised everyone at the ashram that they would certainly visit often to interact and spend fruitful time with all.
The teachers accompanying them were Mrs. Sarojini Dengole ( I/C of Community Welfare Committee), Mrs. Nayana Shanbaug , Mrs. Jenifer Patil and Mr. Bhaurao Patil.

‘Give your hands to serve and your hearts to love’

On 1st August 2017, the students and staff of class X visited Shantai Vrudhashram and spent a fruitful time with the aged. They celebrated Dr. Kore’s birthday by cutting a cake and distributing biscuits.
Similarly, class VII along with the staff visited Chikkumbi Math and had a wonderful time with the orphans there. Our children felt a healing and a peaceful experience and wanted to visit it more often.