The ones who can’t help Cloth Bank with clothes for the given age group can help us with monetary donations if they wish. The donation made can be according to your generosity which can be as little as Rs. 365 per year which amounts to Re. 1 a day. Its the spirit of giving that matters and any amount, however little it may be, will add to the help we get and hence is welcome. The money donated will be utilised to empower our initiatives by finacing the infrastructure required to keep the work going like transportation , fuel, packing material etc. We will be equally obliged if you can help us by providing the aforesaid required materials directly, if not with the money needed to invest in them. Currently our prime requirement is a basic four-wheeler, in good working condition, to help us with the transportation issues.Which means, if you have an old four wheeler lying around, that you are hanging on to, because it doesn’t get the price you had imagined it would, it is a good opportunity to think of it as a donation of the cost you thought it was worth, rather than accepting some piddly amount, or paying for the parking indefinitely 😀 Helping out is always a good idea. You feel good. Generosity is a symptom of power. The weak need to hoard, the powerful can afford to empower. Your actions make you who you are. The above line is intended to make you feel more inclined to give, but it I also really mean it – like everything I say on this blog.
Founder at Aam Janata
Vidyut has a keen interest in mass psychology and using it as a lens to understand contemporary politics, social inequality and other dynamics of power within the country. She is also into Linux and internet applications and servers and has sees technology as an important area India lacks security in.
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