NGO makes Christmas merry for underprivileged children

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STATE TIMES NEWS

JAMMU: The “true meaning of Christmas is “to give up one’s very self – to think only of others – how to bring the greatest happiness to others” – that is the true meaning of Christmas.
On this belief a non-government organisation (NGO) named ‘People’s Hut Foundation’ celebrated Christmas with underprivileged children and Senior citizens living in old age homes in Jammu. Dr. Rohit Koul, Director and CEO of the organisation said “We believe that every child deserves to have a merry childhood that is full of happiness, joy, and love. With these initiatives we can bring contentment and jubilation in the lives of children who wait for Santa Claus to perform a miracle every Christmas and he would also distribute gifts among them.”
Keeping this in mind, members of the organisation distributed chocolates, stationary items, and gifts among them. In the foundation’s initiative” Happy Christmas Sab Kay Liye”, New Blankets were also distributed at Old Age Home in Jammu as we believe we do have responsibility for our senior citizens too. Speaking about the initiative, Vikas Pandita, ?Director and COO, PHF said “It is the season of celebrations and what better way to spread warmth and cheer, than to bring smiles on the faces of children.
We are excited and thankful to all our donors for helping us ring in Christmas and New Year in a very special and meaningful way.” It has always aimed at holistic development of the community people exerting importance to all demographics equally. The foundation is running numerous projects placing special focus on Education, Health, and Relief.
It holds the mission to work amongst the deprived and underprivileged community to inspire and motivate them to realize their human dignity, develop their own capacity and help them to solve their own problems, said Vikas Koul, Advisory Board Member of People’s Hut Foundation.
The other team members who participated in the event were Sumit Khar, Shristi Koul, Ajay Mishra, Deepak Sharma, along with volunteers.

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