Warangal: Voluntary organisation donates essentials to orphanage

We will continue extending our support to all those who are in need in the coming days till the situation comes to normal, says the founder President of SSS

By   |  Published: 29th Mar 2020  9:03 pm
Orphanage incharge Oddiraj Chandraprakash receives the essential commodities from SSS.

Warangal Urban: Sulakshya Seva Samithi (SSS), a voluntary organisation, striving for the well-being of society, donated essential commodities worth Rs 12,000 to Oasis Orphanage in Hanamkonda on Sunday.

Speaking on the occasion, founder president of the organization Santhosh Manduva said, “We all are well aware that the deadly novel coronavirus outbreak has brought lives to a standstill and the government imposed a 21 day nationwide lockdown as a preventive measure which will help restrain the further spread of COVID-19 pandemic. In such tough and challenging times, it is our minimum responsibility to provide sustenance for those impacted by the lockdown.”

“We will continue extending our support to all those who are in need in the coming days till the situation comes to normal. We thank our donors. For supporting this noble cause. At this outset, we also request each and everyone to adhere to all measures as instructed by the government. We also request the people all to stay at home and make best possible use of this time by spending time with family, learning new things and doing anything that is productive,” he added.


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