Anjali Chandrashekar
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Anjaliartworld
Project Title
Nurture Nature for the Future
Project Description
I am a 12th grade Visual Artist from India. I help raise awareness and funds for environmental issues.

A picture speaks more than a thousand words and my work helps spread strong message to the masses. It also helps raise funds for various environmental organizations globally.

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At 3:05pm on December 6, 2012, Allison Hague said…

Hi Anjali,

Please note that your project has been highlighted on the home page of this site, congratulations on all your hard work! Please continue to post your new developments and photos so everyone can see what's new!

At 1:32am on June 30, 2011, umang jain said…

hiii

 

At 1:04pm on March 2, 2011, Katie Henry-Hettel said…
Hi and welcome to T4PE!
 
 
 

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