60 Seconds Story: Nagpur NGO finds a unique way to help the needy and homeless!


Suyash Sethiya | Oct 27, 2016 19:33

A Nagpur NGO has come up with a unique 'Neki ki Deewar' campiagn at Shankar Nagar Square, Nagpur in a hope to help the homeless and needy!
The campaign ‘Neki ki Deewar’ at Shankar Nagar Square, Nagpur. (Photo by: Darshan Bagwe)

A Nagpur NGO has come with an interesting campaign to help the needy and homeless. A wall at Shankar Nagar square has been painted with a request to all Nagpurians to drop old clothes, shoes, blankets and bed sheets for the needy and homeless who can pick up these things if they need them. This wall has been named as ‘Neki ki Deewar’ (Wall of kindness).

→ The campaign is being run by the Nagpur NGO – ‘Action Group’ spearheaded  by retired government employee Rajesh Durugkar and his cousin Bubbly Rahate. Apart from helping the needy and the homeless, the NGO is also involved in distributing stationery and books to children and helping stray animals.

→ Rajesh Durugkar plans to start the ‘Wall of kindness’ in many localities of Nagpur, Mumbai and Pune and run the campaign throughout the year. Apart from Nagpur, the campaign has already started in Nerul, Mumbai as of now.