BIG FM Gujarat celebrates Children’s Week

BIG FM Gujarat

BIG FM Gujarat
BIG FM Gujarat
Mumbai: BIG 92.7 FM will make Children’s Day a week-long fun-filled affair across all three stations in Gujarat – Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot.

The celebrations started from Sunday where BIG 92.7 FM’s Surat team took the kids of an orphanage out on a treat. The children were shown a movie at a multiplex and dined at a popular city restaurant. On the same day, BIG FM Rajkot went to slum areas of the city distributing gifts to the little ones.

During the week, BIG FM Vadodara plans to take out another ‘Go Green – Say No to Plastic’ procession aimed at spreading awareness about global warming and the harmful effects of using plastic, mainly driven by school children. On Children’s Day Vadodara BIG FM shall visit Don Bosco Snehalaya that cares for over 700 street children. Children will have fun with BIG FM team playing games and eating sweets and snacks courtesy Cherries restaurant.

On Children’s Day BIG FM Surat team, shall visit Mahajan Orphanage and treat the children with sweets, snacks and lots of fun activities. In Rajkot, BIG FM shall visit Mother Teresa Ashram which mainly houses mentally retarded and physically challenged children. In addition to making the day special for the kids with food, gifts and fun-filled activities, BIG FM Rajkot shall also make monetary donation to the Ashram. The donations are being collected by BIG FM team from its generous listeners.

On air, all the three stations shall run a program called Bol Bacche Bol in which bright kids shall accompany BIG FM RJs all day in the studio and take calls from the listeners. They shall talk about Mere Sapno ka Bharat on air and also about Chacha Nehru, whose birthday is commemorated as Children’s Day.

BIG 92.7 FM regional director – West Arjun Singgh Baran said, "Children’s Day or no Children’s Day, we at BIG FM constantly do our bit for children that are in need – Mother’s Day, World Food Day, Independence Day…on all such occasions, we have visited various slum areas and places housing street children to share with them, whatever joy we can."