Instead of selling your newspapers to the raddi-wala
, donate them to the Uday Foundation. We sell them to paper manufacturers and the money is used for a Food Donation Drive
organized for caregivers of patients battling for their lives in AIIMS, New Delhi.
This food drive is organized twice a week; our van pulls up and feeds about 1,000 people a day, many of them living on the pavements outside AIIMS while they await medical attention. On an average, a plate of food costs Rs 15 which can be earned by selling 1.5 kg of newspapers only - that's about 20 copies of a national newspaper.
Uday Foundation's food van feeds thousands of people every week outside Delhi's AIIMS
To participate, please send your old newspapers to our collection centre:
113A/1, Near Rustom restaurant,
Adchini, Sri Aurobindo Marg,
New Delhi - 110017
Phone: 011-26561333/444udayfoundation.org(Rahul Verma is the founder of Uday Foundation, a small grassroots non-profit based in New Delhi.)Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. The facts and opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of NDTV and NDTV does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.Note: This information has been provided/published on a good faith basis, without any commercial motive. NDTV does not vouch for the authenticity of the claims made by the intending donee, nor can we guarantee that the donations made by a donor will be used for the purpose as stated by the intending donee. You are requested to independently verify the contact information and other details before making a donation. NDTV and/or its employees will not be responsible for the same.
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