Indirapuram (UP): “Messiah ussi ko toh kahte hain hum/ Khushi baant le le jo auron ke ghum.” To help the needy and underprivileged, Mavenfloc, an NGO, on December 31, 2022, organized ‘Joy of Giving’ – a cloth distribution programme at Indirapuram, Uttar Pradesh. The programme was organised at Shakti Khand 4, Indirapuram, behind the Kailash Bhawan. More than 500 underprivileged people, including kids and elderly, participated in the drive.
The residents of 7X sectors of Noida actively participated in this drive and donated happily. The clothes were washed, packed, sanitized and sealed properly before distribution.
“Whatever Mavenfloc is doing – it’s a praiseworthy step in right direction. We are all set to welcome the New Year. Those who have helped Mavenfloc in this noble cause really deserve applaud. In such a shivering cold, donating cloths to needy people particularly children is undoubtedly a remarkable step,” said Devashish Dutta, a social worker.
He further said, “There’s smile on the faces of these children. Mavenfloc deserves a huge round of applause for its noble and novel endeavour.”
Vice president of Mavenfloc, Rocky Verma, says, “This is an initiative in which the privileged help the underprivileged with usable items like clothes, footwear, etc. that they no longer need. We collect such donations and distribute them in underprivileged sections, preferably in the same area. We try to connect the two communities living together for a noble cause.”
Avinash Singh, treasurer of Mavenfloc, says, “This is to support the poorer section of the society. If one wants to donate money, one can also do that. The amount would be exempt from Income Tax under 80G. So, we are making winter conditions less harsh for the slum dwellers and people living on the street.”
Mavenfloc has already placed its donation boxes in the societies of Noida and Dwarka. Pururaj Singh, a member of Mavenfloc, says, “We will be carrying the campaign throughout the winter. I appeal to the community people to come forward and join hands with us in this noble cause.”
Meenakshi Shahi, a resident of Maxblis Whitehouse says, “We are thankful to Mavenfloc for organizing this drive. Maxblis Grand Wellington and Kingson also participated in this drive actively. We are thankful to Mavenfloc that they extended their hand to support the needy on the roads and went there where they live, on roads. This ngo came out of their comfort zone, and I will love to coordinate further for donations and we will keep donating further.”