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Krishna Pal Prez Inner Wheel Club Calcutta Mid- South, shares Club’s Charitable projects with Hello Womeniya

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Picture of Tree plantation project during pandemic

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Hello Womeniya Inner wheel News Desk  Dis 329

News Input by Radhika Joshi

In our Inner wheel Social entrepreneur series in this episode we are introducing you to a very dynamic and popular social entrepreneur of IWC who firmly believes in Social service and charity work yes we are talking about Krishna Pal President of Inner Wheel Club of Calcutta Mid- South Dist-329 stepped in with precautions to support Covid affected in this lockdown.

Brief Introduction of Inner wheel :-

International Inner Wheel is an international women’s organisation to create friendship, service, and understanding. It has clubs in over 100 countries with over 100,000 members. It’s a non-profit organization and known for its charity works. Inner wheel club has a very strong presence in India. More than 3,000 clubs are active in urban as well rural areas of India.

Brief introduction of District 329 :

The pioneer in the Eastern Indian subcontinent (erstwhile territory extended to West Bengal, North Eastern States of India, and Bangladesh). They belong to the Association of Inner Wheel Clubs in India and are an International Inner Wheel district made up of clubs in south Bengal and the Inner Wheel Club of Port Blair, Andaman in the Bay of Bengal. The total strength is 54 clubs and 1,570 members. A few of the clubs include Contai, Calcutta Junction, Calcutta Mahanagar, North Calcutta, Metro Maidan, Calcutta Mega City, Serampore, Southwest Calcutta, and many more.

Mumbai: Inner Wheel Club of Calcutta Mid South, Dist-329 is taking a part in procuring services to the community so that the people who are in need will get sufficient requirements

We live in a country where even at the time of death and community death, people are thinking of making money at the cost of dying patients gasping for oxygen. For providing the assistance they have determined to provide an oxygen concentrator to be used at home initially

Hence proposed to start the ball rolling following are the contributions

1. DC Anita 20,000/
2. PDC Sarmila Bose….10,000
3 Kaberi Chatterjee 10,000
4. Sakuntala Chanda Rs 10,000
5. Jyoti Mahipal Rs 10,000
6. Cal North East n Soma Bose Rs10,000
7. Saltlake Downtown and Manju Mitra 10000/
8. IWC Behala 10,000/-
9 Cal Downtown Rs12000/
10. khidderpore Cosmos Rs10000
11.IWC Cal Old City and Misti Dutta Rs. 15000
12. IWC Kolkata New Gen Rs 60,000
13 Mohuya Sarkar Rs 5000-
14.IWC Salt Lake Midtown Rs 10,000
15 South Calcutta Rs.20000
16. Aparna Samadder Rs 10,000/-
17. IWC Kolkata Greens – ₹10,000/-
18.IWC Kollolini Kolkata-₹5000/-
19 Calcutta Megacity- Rs 1,00,000
20. Subrota Sircar- Rs. 5000/
21. Calcutta Midtown -10,000
22. Gargi Dey – 5000/-
23. Avantika Laketown- 5000
24. IWC Central Calcutta 20000/
25- Calcutta metropolitan 20000/
26. Salt Lake Uptown 6000/
27. Tollygunge Prantik 5000/
28. IWC Garden Reach 5000/
29. IWC Salt Lake City- 10,000/
30. IWC KolkataTilottama 6000
31. Shampa Banerjee- 10000/-

32 .Calcutta Mid South 10000/-

Charity Projects amid pandemic crisis :

Donated 8 cartoons Sari, blouse, pants, shirt, and other essential commodities at GoDkhali in Sunderban to aid Disaster Management. At Cheshire Home Greater Tollygunge and Midsouth jointly commit Tree plantation projects like Rose Brinjal Tomatoes.

As a part of their Go Green project IWC, Mid South and Greater Tollygunge planted 25 saplings of Rose Brinjal and Tomatoes.
On the ‘Haemophilia day’, 17th April IWC Salt Lake Midtown did a joint project on Haemophilia. They are Pleased to announce that 41clubs have joined. They donated 17 Vials of medicines to the Haemophilia Society Calcutta Chapter. Moreover, District Chairman Anita Ghosh graced the occasion.

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