WhatsApp Group Vemulawada Charitable Trust WhatsApp group has been satisfying the hunger of the underprivileged, unfortunate, poor and orphans near the local Rajarajeswara Swamy temple for a thousand days.
WhatsApp Group: WhatsApp.. an information platform.. an entertainment.. a platform to share pain and joy.. a medium of communication to see the souls directly. Now it has also become a home for service programs. Once formed as a small WhatsApp group, Mithru made it possible to know the welfare of their friends and help the unfortunate, the needy, the needy and the distressed. That small WhatsApp group has turned into My Vemulawada Charitable Trust.
Satisfying the hunger of the poor.
Vemulawada Charitable Trust WhatsApp group has been satisfying the hunger of the underprivileged, unfortunate, poor and orphans near the local Rajarajeswara Swamy temple for a thousand days. Providing expenses for the education of poor girls and boys. Financial assistance is provided for medical assistance to the poor who are admitted to the hospital. The members of the trust, Madhu Mahesh and Gongilla Ravi, said that through this trust, service programs are being done relentlessly and uninterruptedly.
Group during Corona..
Kunta Anilkumar, who formed this WhatsApp group a few months before the corona disaster, started service programs with the help of friends. During the time of Corona, the trust supported those affected by the virus and those who were starving during the lockdown. Members of My Vemulawada Charitable Trust are requested to contact them if they want help. They say that if donors come along with them, they will also be made partners in the trust.
Contribution of donors..
Knowing about the services of the trust, many residents of Vemulawada town and surrounding villages also come to My Vemulawada Charitable Trust to celebrate their weddings, auspicious events, birthdays and anniversaries. Food is provided to the unfortunate, the poor and the devotees of the king.