Donate woollens to keep needy in Delhi hospitals warm

New Delhi


This winter, donate your worn-out and not-in-use woollens to needy and sick people in several Delhi government hospitals and other under-privileged.

Uday Foundation, an NGO working for poor patients in Delhi hospitals, has launched 'Share and Care Month' starting Dec 1, whereby woollens will be collected for children and adults.

"The drive is exclusively meant for the children and adults in the hospitals, children living near railway tracks, under flyovers, children of daily wagers at construction sites, under- privileged children in government hospitals and to some of our city's most in-need populations," said Rahul Verma of Uday Foundation.

People can donate the woollens at various collection points of the organisation and the NGO will distribute them to the needy.

"Winter has always been an annual disaster for thousands of those having no roof over their heads. Situation worsens for the underprivileged sick people in the government hospitals and their families. This winter, let's care for sick people in hospitals by sharing little warmth and happiness," said Verma. - IANS