M3M Care, DLF Foundation and Rise Always Welfare Society (RAWS) joined hands for the biggest warm clothes donation drive in Gurgaon. With winter chill having set in and especially so in northern India, the three organisations enabled Gurgaon to donate clothes for the needy.
The drive aptly titled “Gurgaon Cares” started on December 27. Different collection centres were identified and boxes were placed there for people to drop warm clothes and blankets. The distribution was made to more than 500 people.
The collected clothes were distributed amongst the homeless and needy by Pankaj Bansal, director M3M Care and Shri Rao Narbir Singh, Haryana minister for forests, wildlife & PWD at Labour Chowk, Gurgaon.
“M3M believes in contributing towards the society and through this warm clothes and blankets donation drive we have tried our best to reach out to all the underprivileged people of Gurgaon. Wintersare the most difficult season for the underprivileged as unlike other seasons, it requires one to wear warm clothes to sustain the cold.”, Bansal said.