The programme was organized by Thiruvananthapuram Latin Archdiocese. “Students from Classes 8, 9 and 10 gathered to write notes for Class 10 students of two schools – Government Higher Secondary School, Kidangar, and Government Higher Secondary School, Koduppunna, in Alappuzha district. The notes for all subjects, except Mathematics, were completed. The drive, named ‘Koottukarkkoru Kaithangu’, identified the schools in Kuttanad where students lost their study material to the floods and got in touch with authorities there. They could have simply photocopied the notes or taken printouts of them. But children should learn how to help their fellow human beings. This was an act of love. The students and teachers who took part in the drive, sacrificing a holiday were thanked. Teachers read out the notes, and students wrote them down. So everyone played a major role in this. The students, who took part in this drive, felt that this small contribution they were making to their friends. When they saw the situation in flood-affected areas, they were pained. Though they wanted to go there and volunteer, it was not possible. So in this way, they felt contributing to the relief. Textbooks can be bought again, but they will have to write notes themselves. So they thought it would be helpful to them by writing the notes. They are happier to sacrifice another holiday to help affected students.