Pune: DoRBit Foundation Celebrates Its First Anniversary With Social Initiatives

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Pune, 8th November 2021: City-based NGO DoRBit Foundation is completing its first anniversary this month. To celebrate the same, they are conducting various social initiatives. 

Yesterday they donated clothes to labourer’s camp at Bhoirwadi village with the help of Melange Residences society residents.

The Foundation did the clothes collection drive at Melange Residences society which is situated at Bhoirwadi village of Hinjawadi Phase 3 in Pune. 

Nearby labourers’ camp in Melange society neighbourhood was targeted for this social cause. Residents donated generously and the team could cover 250+ labourers and their family members.  

DoRBit NGO founder Vipin Mohit Shrivastava thanked all Melange residents for their active participation and whosoever participated as they wanted to be a part of it in this drive.

DoRBit core team member Abhishekh Singh said, “It gives immense pleasure when we do our bit for society and we are looking forward for many more such initiatives in future as well.”

The distribution event was executed under the guidance of senior citizens of Melange society S.K. Sinha, Indrajit Roy, Dinesh Jain and Pravina Jain. 

“DoRBit volunteers from Melange society woke up early on Sunday morning to collect, segregate the clothes, packaged and helped in proper distribution. Special thanks to Vijaya and Raushan Shrivastava, Sucheta Premchandani, Garima Thapliyal, Akanksha and Manish Upadhyay, Ankita and Ankit Jain, Impa Roy ShrivastavtoToni Galani, Lokesh Raccha, Rajani and Vikas Tomar, Rajiv Ranjan and Arnab Jalali”, Shrivastava said.

DoRBit team thanked Vinod Singh who coordinated with labourers’ camp and respective authorities for smooth execution. Team also expressed gratitude to Prakash Chaudhary and Ganesh Chaudhary for logistics help.  

NGO directors also mentioned that they have planned stationary distribution as well for ZP schools in the coming weeks. “We have been requesting more people to join hands for these social causes and activities to cover more beneficiaries. It will encourage us to do it on a larger scale”, Shrivastava added.