Salaam Baalak Trust takes this opportunity to Thank all partners and supporters for their continuous support towards SBTs activities.
- Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiatives
- APJ group
- Commit2 Change
- Central Queensland University, Australia
- Creative Travel
- Childrens Hope India
- Delhi Metro Rail Corporation
- Department of Women and Child Development
- Delhi and Save the Children
- G Adventures
- HSBC Bank
- Insight Vacations
- Ministry of Women and Child Development
- Main Tendue
- Planeterra Foundation
- Renew Power
- Save the Children
- Select Citywalk
- The Canassist Society of New Delhi
- The Lawrence School, Sanawar
Vistara and association with Salaam Baalak TrustVistara
August 30, 2015: Vistara took to the skies on 9 Jan, 2015 with a vision of launching a world class, full service airline in India. With a focused expansion strategy, Vistara has already scaled up to 245 weekly frequencies connecting ten metros and non-metros across India including Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Goa, Hyderabad, Guwahati, Bagdogra, Pune, Bengaluru, Lucknow and will soon add Bhubaneswar to its route network. Continuing airline’s association with Salaam Baalak Trust (SBT) that started with a trip to Air Force Museum on October 15 last year and a joyride in Vistara’s inaugural flight, Vistara recently organised a painting competition - Flight of Dreams, for SBT children on the occasion of JRD Tata's birthday on July 29th in which more than 100 children from various shelters across Delhi participated in.
The themes ranged from ‘aspirations’ to ‘environment conservation’ to ‘my country’ for different age groups. The canvases were painted with vivid spurts of imagination by enthusiastic children. Their cheerful smiles proved to be the best way to honour the legacy of Mr. JRD Tata, a man deeply committed to philanthropy. All participants received certificates from Phee Teik Yeoh, CEO, Vistara and the winners were awarded an all-expense paid trip to Bengaluru. The winning entries would adorn the Vistara offices across stations and their soon to be launched signature lounge at T3 terminal IGI Airport, New Delhi. The painting competition was a continuation of Vistara’s efforts to motivate and encourage children residing in SBT’s shelters to give a flight to their dreams. Vistara has an ongoing association with SBT which we cherish. Vistara’s maiden flight to Mumbai had 12 children from SBT on board. Vistara has also donated an amount of INR 2Lacs to SBT towards supporting the education of children. Besides this, Vistara employee volunteers engage with SBT children on a regular basis.