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Rashmi Agrawal Secretary of Inner Wheel Club of Gurgaon Sushant Vatika, Dist-301 shared charity projects details with Hello Womeniya
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 Rashmi Agrawal Secretary of Inner Wheel Club of Gurgaon Sushant Vatika Dist-301 stepped in with precautions to support Covid affected in this lockdown.
Brief introduction of IWC:-
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.
Charity project details during pandemic
Mumbai: Inner Wheel Club of Gurgaon Sushant Vatika Shared Her club’s Charitable projects as this club is bestowing its best to procure support even in these pandemic problems.
She says, AS COVID WARRIORS
” There is no mountain, too large to overcome.” During these difficult days of the Pandemic, the most severely hit are the daily wagers. Our Club came forward to help them in whatever way we could (especially their basic requirement of food). Throughout the year we provided healthy home-cooked meals at various places ( on any festival/ occasion too).
When a destructive fire broke in Nathupur Village, our club was among the first few to render help by distributing healthy food and clean drinking water.
We also made donations in a Gurudwara to help them in their noble work of feeding COVID patients and their families. Also to help Covid patients who couldn’t survive have their last journey with dignity we donated for Cremation Ground.
As COVID warriors we have been distributing masks, sanitizers, immunity boosters, etc along with COVID tests at many places. We even organised Covid vaccination camps at many places. Understanding the recent needs we donated an Oxygen Concentrator.
We are proud to be COVID WARRIORS, working hand in hand. Adding to it said
” Be a warrior, not a worrier.”
Also, they Distributed mobiles to enable girls to study.