Today’s India is vastly different from the days of old-even as a couple of decades ago. The burgeoning prosperous middle class has managed to put a sizable population of the middle class much above the poverty line while also pushing down an equal number of people , if not more, below it. So it has become the need of the hour to educate the younger generation about the predicament of the other sections of society. Therefore, the school has constituted a club with the acronym KARE-which essentially means Kumaran Association for Relation and Empathy, as a part of the social wing. The group visits orphanages, old-age homes and places where the less fortunate live and render service in whichever way possible. This activity makes the children realize how fortunate they are and helps them to get out of the ‘more is less’ syndrome this generation of children suffer from.