MAAC’s social initiative ‘Paint Happiness’ concludes successfully

09 / 05 / 2013 (Thursday) || 12:10 PM
‘Paint Happiness,’ a collaborative initiative by Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics (MAAC) – leader in 3D Animation and VFX training and its student community fulfilled its purpose by painting walls at 7 orphanages across Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai. The orphanages covered were Janani Ashish at Dombivali, Vatsalya foundation for homeless children at Kanjurmarg, Balanand at Chembur, Ashray Balgruha at Bandra west, Thomas Shelter at Kandivali west, Girija trust at Kharghar and St. Catharine at Andheri west. The three day long social activity concluded on April 25.

MAAC students were at their creative best and painted the the orphanage walls in vibrant hues. The activity was fun-filled and interactive as the orphanage kids also participated and contributed their ideas and was successful in creating a very positive atmosphere, besides inculcating social values among students. Other fun activities included indoor games, screening of cartoon films, learning basic drawing skills and painting. 

Comments Bhavika Chouhan, senior VP – Marketing, “We are thrilled that ‘Paint Happiness’ has achieved what it intended to. It gives a good feeling of contentment by contributing to the society in a certain way. Our students are extremely happy for having participated in this activity and are already looking forward to more such initiatives.”

Ram Warrier, Business Head, MAAC commented, ”All kids are special and deserve to be treated in a special way. We are amazed by the enthusiasm of our students who tried their best to add color to the lives of not so privileged kids at the orphanages through this social activity. We will continue to support more of these activities in future and thrive towards a better society.”

Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics (MAAC) is India’s leading educator in high-end 3D Animation and Visual Effects. Founded in 2001, it is a major brand of Aptech Ltd, with over 80 centers with cutting-edge infrastructure in over 40 cities.