M3M Foundation’s ‘Share for Care’ Initiative Culminates with 12,000 Hearts Clothed in Warmth

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Gurugram:  The M3M Foundation initiative, ‘Share for Care,’ distributed warm clothes to over 12,000 individuals across 20 locations in the Delhi-NCR region, exceeding the initial target of 10,000 beneficiaries.

The closing ceremony took place at the Gurugram Sector 65 project, where 1,000 construction workers received warm clothes under the ‘Share for Care’ initiative. Notable attendees included Dr. Payal Kanodia, Chairperson and Trustee of M3M Foundation, Piyush Bansal & Anika Bansal from M3M Group, M3M Foundation President, Dr. Aishwarya Mahajan, and other distinguished guests.

M3M Foundation’s objective was to alleviate the challenges faced by the migrant population and others during harsh weather conditions by providing warm clothes. The campaign addressed the immediate needs of the community, showcasing the foundation’s commitment to social responsibility.

On this occasion, the children of iMpower presented brilliant presentations and enthralled the audience. Lakshya Scholar and Special Olympics Gold winner Saraswati and Khelo India Para Javelin Gold winner Manjeet were also present on this occasion.

During the closing ceremony, a migrant labourer, said, “I appreciated the campaign run by M3M Foundation which played an important role in providing relief to thousands of people from this winter. I hope that this campaign continues till next year.”

Dr. Payal Kanodia, Chairperson & Trustee of M3M Foundation, said, “Earlier this month, we had set a target to distribute 10,000 warm clothes in Delhi NCR. Not only did we achieve this goal, but we also surpassed it by distributing warm clothes to over 12,000 individuals. Our commitment to leaving no one behind in society remains steadfast. We will persist with the ‘Share for Care’ initiative and stand ready to assist those in need.”

Throughout the 14-day campaign, M3M Foundation distributed clothes at more than 20 locations in Delhi NCR, including Noida and Panipat. Additionally, the Foundation identified over 15 parents supporting the lifelong education of their daughters. Furthermore, a labourer was identified and appointed as an admin at the headquarters.

The ‘Share for Care’ initiative, dedicated to sharing happiness, was initiated by the late Lal Chand Bansal Ji, the Founder of M3M Foundation, and has been an ongoing effort for several years.