Today’s rapid urbanization has overtaken the traditional value – system of our people and has also shifted their socio-economic priorities. Sons and daughters and their children find no time for the senior citizens in their family. Our elderly feel lonely and neglected at this phase of their lives. Their deteriorating physical strength and other geriatric illnesses add to their difficulties. Their often poor financial condition, lack of affordable health care and the general neglect by society has propelled RKK school to step in and bring some happiness in the lives of elderly and neglected by donating generously to HelpAge India. Also, a team of ten students and two teachers represented RKK at the inauguration of ‘Jodhana Physiotherapy Centre’, a venture of HelpAge, India in initiating elderly welfare programs. The students had a great experience of Interacting with Mr. Ashok Gehlot, Former Chief Minister of Rajasthan and also being sensitized toward elderly care.
Another humble endeavor of RKK has been to be a guardian of hope for millions of children in India awaiting change, help and support. RKKians unstintingly, open - handedly, ungrudgingly and bounteously donated to Childline Foundation, India, proving their belief in implementation of long-term, sustainable initiatives to help children through all the stages of their lives.