Aafreen Ritu Rajawat organizes Roza Iftar Party

Clothes were also distributed on the occasion 

Jaipur, August, 2013, Help People Foundation Chairperson and social worker Aafreen Ritu Rajawat today organized a Roja Iftar party at Lal Bahadur Shastri Community Hall, Bhatta Basti, Shastri Nagar. The Iftar party from social worker Aafreen Ritu Rajawat was attended by many prominent people of the city and thousands of residents. During Iftar, people prayed for peace and tranquility in the country.

Chairperson of the H.E.L.P Foundation Mrs. Aafreen Ritu Rajawat on the occasion said, “Help People Foundation was founded 5 years ago with a motto to provide all possible help to the people of every section of society which includes helping the poor children with admission fees, school uniforms, free textbooks and copy, free treatment and medicines to poor families, free rations for poor and disabled people. So far the Foundation has admitted 350 children to schools at free of cost while the Foundation is also providing free rations to 250 poor families.” Aafreen Ritu Rajawat said the Foundation will continue to extend all possible help to the poor and destitute people.

Chairperson Aafreen Ritu Rajawat said that since the past 4 years the foundation is providing assistance through community conventions to the poor parents who are unable to marry their daughters irrespective of their caste and society. During the last 4 years more than 38 couples have tied their knots in mass marriage conference organized by the foundation and all necessary facilities to begin a new family life is provided to them.

In addition the Foundation organizes free blood test camp, free eye screening camps, from time to time conduct diabetes screening camps besides providing Mediclaim policy to the poor, clothes and free computer education to the poor children. It also conduct awareness program on spreading the importance of nutritious food and education. Dyslexia mentally retarded and physically handicapped children get free education as well as personality development programs. The foundation also provides essential medicines free of charge for the needy. The foundation is committed to meet nearly all the basic needs.


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