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JAMMU: Given the winter chill, the volunteers of People’s Hut Foundation (NGO) on Sunday distributed warm clothes such as sweaters, jackets, blankets etc to the underprivileged people residing in the slum areas of Jammu under its Community Clothing Program initiative.According to Dr. Rohit Koul, Director and CEO of the NGO, 1500 clothes which included sweaters, jackets, trousers and blankets were collected by a team of People’s Hut Foundation from different areas of district Jammu and today these were distributed to the needy.“We are also focusing on providing uniforms and sweaters to government school going children and aim to reach to all the orphanages of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir including those living in these slum areas,” said Vikas Pandita, Director and COO of the foundation.He said PHF, accepts donations of clothes, gloves, jackets, blankets, and anything else that can help keep the homeless warm and one can reach the NGO on helpline numbers 8803809103,6006683511,9906900227 and 7889847376 and more over our team can also help in organizing donation drives. Vikas Pandita urged all people of Jammu and Kashmir to come forward for the help of the poor to cope with the increasing winter chill.He was accompanied by Vikas Koul, Advisor of the NGO and Sumit Khar, Team Member People’s Hut Foundation along with other members and NSS volunteers.
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