Due to the recent twin earthquakes that struck Nepal, they are totally devastated and are still trying to come to terms with the situation. Therefore in such catastrophic situations, we all must help Nepal & Nepal Victims to rise from the debris. In midst of all the rescue and relief operations being carried out, two second year students from the Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering (PCCoE), Chetan Pardeshi and Rishab from second year have taken up this responsibility of collecting clothes, food, medicines and other daily necessities for Nepal Victims (sorry if I am skipping anyone’s name).
The purpose of have written this article is to encourage the spirit of donation and encouraging people to wake up and help the people out there who are desperately in need of help. Or at least help the people who take up such initiatives.
They are trying everything in their power to somehow cope up with these unwanted and unforeseen natural calamities. In such situation, if each and every one of us try to donate a thing or two , it will help someone in need. All we do is forward the messages of help to different groups. How many of us actually take those messages seriously?
We call ourselves a smart generation of young people. This means we know our responsibilities well. Also we are social. Social doesn’t imply having accounts on Facebook and Twitter, it means that we are socially aware of the problems humanity is facing. It’s not just these two guys but there are many people around us who are also working for this cause. All we have to do is take a step ahead and donate something. There is no greater feeling than helping someone in need. Also a small help of ours can help people stuck in Nepal to build their lives all over again. We cannot bring back the lives of the dear ones who have already passed away. All we can do is help the survivors to cope up with this tremendous loss.
Try doing this , it seriously gives a lot of self-satisfaction. Salute to these guys of PCCoE and all others who are working for this cause. Help Nepal! After all we all belong to one religion HUMANITY!
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