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NGO's drive to help Navgani villagers

DNMUM239855 | 3/23/2012 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :182

Umang Foundation took an initiative to distribute clothes amongst needy people in Gatewadi and Tarwadi
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In an order to help the needy, a non-profit organisation organised a clothes and toys distribution drive recently in the interiors of Navgani village. During this drive, clothes and toys were distributed among around 800 villagers.
Umang Foundation, who organised this drive, took the initiative to distribute old clothes collected from various corporates amongst those needy people in Gatewadi and Tarwadi, 20 kms away from Vangani station.
Ashish Goyal from Umang Foundation said, "We spend lavishly on clothes, shopping every weekend and still crib that we don't have clothes to wear. We keep our wardrobes updated with the best of best clothes with the highest price tags. Even torn clothes have become a fashion now. But th
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