Good morning friends,
I was again given a chance to unite the team of volunteers from Manav Parivar to distribute food for the less fortunate people. There are a lot of them who need our help.
This was one of the families who stayed there in the open. You can see this one of the family who just live there. They were sleeping when we reached there. There’s the father and his kids who were sleeping on footpath. When they saw us they woke up and wait for the food to be distributed. A Team of volunteers from Manav Parivar gave them their dinner.
If you’ll just try to see them, you will pity them as they don’t have anything. Even if they want to work for their own, they can’t do it as they don’t have the chance to go to school because of poverty.
A mother was very happy who allowed me to take some pictures. She was with her daughter and other two siblings. They were given free dinner known as Ram-Roti by the team of volunteers from Manav Parivar.
Dinner for the Little Girl
My eyes was focused on this little girl with food in her plate. She was happy that time. She gave her simple smile but full of meaning. I know even though she doesn’t say the word thank you, her smile says that. A volunteer of Manav Parivar handed her a Ram-Roti for her dinner.
” HELPING HANDS ” . . . . . that’s the need of many. Let’s help them.
Good morning friends.
Patients waiting outside the Manav Parivar
You can see many patients there waiting to enter inside the Free Medical Camp at Manav Parivar in Matar. Some of them came the night before the start of the medical camp. They have brought with them blanket to sleep with. Thos people are very patient in waiting for the start of the medical camp service, as they know that they will be treated well there.
Patients inside the Manav Parivar
These are some of the patients who were already inside the compound of the Manav Parivar and they are just waiting for their turn to have a check up.
A Volunteer Doctor at Manav Parivar
One of the volunteer doctor who was examining the patient and giving the proper treatment. There were still a lot a patient outside waiting to be treated. After the diagnose the patient will proceed to the medical store for the medicine given to them by the doctor.
A Volunteer at Manav Parivar
Another volunteer giving a medicine to the patients after being diagnose. Those are some boxes of medicine given to the patients who were already checked and treated by the volunteen doctors. They have enough supply of medicine for the patients.
I wish many people will give their free service to those patients who needed a help. A small helping hand becomes big if we all do it. God Bless all the people who render their service to the poor.
Posted in Enough Supply of Medicine, Volunteering
Tagged Free Medical Camp, Helping Hand, Hope, Manav Parivar, Matar, Medical Store, Medicine, Patients, Supply of Medicine, Volunteer Doctors
To understand volunteering, we need to understand volunteer word first. A volunteer is someone who works for a community or for the benefit of environment. Volunteer is someone who works for selfless activity. Activity can be any in physical form but his purpose to do that activity is selfless. He/She is doing that for someone other than him/her self. Volunteer choose to do his/her activity. The word comes from Latin, and can be translated as “will” (as in doing something out of ones own free will). Many serve through a non-profit organization – sometimes referred to as formal volunteering, but a significant number also serve less formally, either individually or as part of a group. A person helping a blind man to select from roman shades or cellular shades is also called volunteer. Any act done without self motive is called volunteering.
There is other opinion about volunteer. It says volunteer may or may not get paid.
A volunteer may or may not get paid or receive compensation for services rendered. Sometime in society, person ready to give his/her time or service and he/she be paid.
Volunteering comes in many forms: giving free education to illiterate people, helping government in times of natural calamity, cleaning wood blinds or faux wood blinds or vertical blinds in veteran care house or orphan house, serving food at the local homeless shelter, providing computer technical support to a non-profit organization, acting in a leadership capacity on a charitable organization’s board of directors or coordinating the emergency response in the case of a disaster. Around the world volunteer centers exist to support the voluntary sector and make a difference in the communities that they serve.
Posted in Charitable activity, NGO, Service, Seva, Society, Volunteer, Volunteer Management, Volunteering
Tagged Charity, Help, Helping Hand, Sevak, Volunteer, Volunteering