Bring Winter Warmth to street children in India

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Winter Warmth for Poor Children
Winter Warmth for Poor Children

My name is Deepak Kumar and I am Chairperson of People First.

May I wish you all the very best for 2014. 

Well what a really great response!

The Global Giving community responded with warm and generous hearts and we were able to immediately purchase and distribute hundreds of items of warm clothing to those most in need of them. I want to extend on everybody's behalf my sincere thanks to you. I want to make clear that we do not have advertised giveaways of blankets inviting some politician to indiscriminately distribute blankets as some kind of photo op. Our experienced staff both in the villages and at our center for homeless children know very well the  children and families in need and they make sure they get the warm clothing they so desperately need with the minimum of fuss and as soon as possible.

We have seen on the news the bitterly cold weather you have had on the east coast of America recently .  We hope everybody there especially the homeless managed to keep warm there too! But the cold here is also dangerous, it a damp invasive cold and imagine if you did not have a sweater or socks or even any sandals on your feet how horrible it would feel? These are the children we provided thanks to your kindness with life saving warm clothing and thick woolen blankets. Here the houses have no heating at all .

The Senior Nurse on our Health Project told me how they had visited a shack in a slum dwelling where there were burning plastic to try and keep warm , After very hardly telling them how harmful the fumes were she then gave all the children a warm blanket . The mother broke into tears and told her,- it's a struggle to eat some days , but we could never afford such thick woolen blankets, my children were shivering and crying from the cold - Thank you so much!!!!

With Best Regards and much appreciation,



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Bodhgaya, Bihar India

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