Dream Home for Janani's Children

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Project Report | Sep 25, 2023
Distribution of sparingly used cloths to the poor

By Savarinathan Maria Arasu | Founder Director

Distribution of sparingly used cloths to the poor
Distribution of sparingly used cloths to the poor

Distribution of sparingly used cloths to the poor

Distributing sparingly used clothes often referred to as clothing donations holds several important benefits for individuals, communities, and the environment. Donating gently used clothing helps meet the basic needs of individuals and families who may not have the means to purchase new clothes. Distributing sparingly used clothes can strengthen communities by fostering a sense of support and solidarity. Thrift shopping and clothing donations align with the principles of sustainability and responsible consumption. Reusing clothing reduces the need for new materials and energy-intensive production processes, contributing to a more sustainable future. Donating clothing can empower individuals to declutter their own wardrobes and make a positive impact by sharing their possessions with others. It's a tangible way for people to contribute to the well-being of their community. In summary, distributing sparingly used clothes is important because it addresses various social, environmental, and economic challenges. It helps meet the needs of individuals, reduces waste, promotes affordability, and supports the principles of sustainability and community engagement.

On 09.09.2023 the Prime Trust Founder and Managing Director Mr.S.M. Arasu visited the Ottankaduvetti Village of Villupuram District and distributed sparingly used clothes to the people in the village.

Distribution of sparingly used cloths to the poor
Distribution of sparingly used cloths to the poor
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Prime Educational and Social Trust

Location: Puducherry - India
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Twitter: @Prime_Trust
Project Leader:
Savarinathan Maria Arasu
Puducherry , Puducherry India
$5,700 raised of $200,000 goal
 
79 donations
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