The decoration products made by the children of RMN Foundation school are now ready to go to the market.
RMN Foundation school – which provides modern education free of charge to deserving children – had started a ‘Learn to Earn‘ program two months ago to help students earn their livelihood.
In order to make products under this program, RMN Foundation has set up a small production unit in Dwarka, New Delhi. The products made by the students will be sold under the “My Life” brand name.
In order to make and market these products, a select group of students at the Foundation is learning all subjects of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) including purchase, manufacturing, quality assurance, public relations (PR), modern marketing, and sales.
Currently, the products using ice-cream sticks are made under a pilot program which will now be leveraged to augment the scale and scope of production.
Other Programs of RMN Foundation
The profit from the sale of products will be shared between the students and RMN Foundation while making it a self-sustaining project. The initial investment is being made by RMN Foundation, which is offering its charity services without any external support.
The activities of RMN Foundation are being run single-handedly by RMN Foundation founder Rakesh Raman, who is a government’s National award-winning journalist.
Depending on the success of the current business model, RMN Foundation plans to extend it as a comprehensive cooperative venture in which, besides RMN Foundation school students, other deserving people will also get benefited.
As RMN Foundation has limited resources, it invites people to get involved and donate for the Foundation’s educational as well as other social activities.