Titled “Variety Avenue”, this initiative was first carried out earlier at Nizampet, to good success
Hyderabad: Narisena International Ladies Discussion board (NGWF), a metropolis primarily based NGO, has initiated a donation drive the place they gather garments, undesirable electronics, books, sneakers, and so on, and donate it to the underprivileged and the needy.
Titled “Variety Avenue”, this initiative was first carried out earlier at Nizampet, to good success. Later, it was finished at a number of locations in and across the metropolis, other than being finished in Karnataka as nicely.
“Many people have a tendency to purchase loads of garments however find yourself not utilizing most of them. They lie untouched in our wardrobes and I felt one thing will be finished with these garments and likewise different family items,” says Latha Chowdary Botla, the founder-chairperson of NGWF.
The initiative goals to unfold the concept of ‘Donate, Don’t Dump” and lift donations of garments, books, toys, and extra.
The discussion board, which conducts a number of social campaigns yearly to assist and uplift the needy from throughout the State is subsequent conducting the drive at Basavatarakam Hospital in Banjara Hills, on March 5.
The important thing members of this initiative embody their Domalguda workforce chief Manjula Deshpande, Shivam Highway workforce chief Paatali Manne Radha, members Gunothama, Sridevi, Rajeshwari, Jhansi, Pranathi and Sarita Sumalatha.
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