We met these families in need during our journey. This includes families with children and a family with a disabled women. We captured pictures of their houses to give you a sense of how they live, magnitude of poverty among families, and hardship they may be facing.
We continued with our donations of masks and hand sanitizers to families in need and spent time to educate them on their importance and how to use them properly. These families live in remote areas of the country. Your donations made a difference in their lives.
We reached out to more families living in remote areas during our campaign to help families in need. Free distribution of masks and hand sanitizers continued. Time spent to educate them on the importance of masks/sanitizers and how to use them properly is well worth as they families are vulnerable and have not means to afford these items.
Thanks to your donation, we started giving out free masks and hand sanitizers to families in need. Our focus was on families living in remote areas of the country. These people are vulnerable, lack the awareness of the importance of these PPEs and can not afford these items.
This grandpa’s name is Naan Hami. He is 85 years old. His wife is Danawathie. She is 75 years old. Grandpa can not walk. His wife cannot look after him due to her health situation. They live in a tiny house in a remote village called Poonawa.
This mother’s name is Keeram Manika. She is 79 years old. She has a couple of health issues: a kidney disease, high blood pressure, and chronic back pain. And, she can not walk either. She is struggling for survival daily because her health conditions and disabilities.
We donated groceries (dry rations) to families who are facing hardships due to Pandemic. Each family received groceries enough for a couple of weeks. It looks like these innocent children do not get balanced nutritional meal three times a day.
We donated groceries to these two families who are facing hardships due to Pandemic. Disability, lack of education, age and lack of casual work have pushed them deep into the poverty.
These innocent kids need a better education to escape from poverty and to face the other difficulties and challenges they have now. One way to motivate and inspire them is giving them school items for their studies.
Helping Families During Pandemic and Beyond campaign made $600 (Rs 80,000) donation to Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre, which is located in Saskatoon, Canada. This fundraiser began in Saskatoon and it is important for us to do something to help people in need in that community as well.
We donated a school bag and a pair of shoes to this adorable child from a poor family. Access to school supplies is vital for their education. Thousands of kids such as this little daughter do not have access to school supplies. By donating a dollar, you are giving them joy, motivation and hopes for their studies.
We donated dry rations to this senior family which has been neglected by their own kids. There are so many seniors who can not afford to buy their monthly groceries. Our aim is to reach out to them. So, more dry ration distribution is underway to other affected seniors. Your donation can make a big difference in their lives and put a smile on their face.
We distributed dry rations to these poor families with kids. These families live in shanties as you can see in the background. Most of these families have 4-5 children yet can not afford to feed them with three meals a day. Please note the smile you can put on their faces with a little donations.