For almost a decade the summers have been spreading the waves of festivity and activity throughout the model village of Thatta Ghulamka Dheroka (TGD) because of social work projects run by volunteers who come from various parts of the biosphere with a passion to serve humanity. Monika Kupler from Germany is one of the most devoted and committed volunteers who have been coming to TGD for a number of times and benefited the village guys. Monika won the hearts of women folk through teaching ceramics and pottery skills. She conducted various workshops for that purpose where she exploited her skills into product development. The workshops were so interesting that the local girls responded to the effort not only brilliantly but enthusiastically. Monika’s passion and zeal itself was contagious. She took step-by-step approach where her workshops were series of skills. Every time, she started as if it was continuity to the past work. It motivated the ladies to learn the handicrafts keenly. Each workshop was fascinating because of its new sets of skills and new handicrafts. She added some paper material also to her teaching plan for TGD. Her daughter, Sophie Kupler, was her helping hand during the venture, who taught English as well to the local females.