Monika Agrawal, President, IWC Dhanaura Indradhanush, Dis 310 shares her charity work amid lockdown with Hello Mumbai News

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    Inner Wheel Club Dhanaura Indradhanush, Dis 310 Sevice Project Update :

     

    Mumbai: Interacting with Neha Singh, Monika Agrawal, President, IWC Dhanaura Indradhanush, Dis 310, said that the Inner Wheel’s mission is to promote actions, services, and good practices intended to improve the lives of women and children in the world, through a global network of Members, that voluntarily donate commitment and love for others.
    Mandi Dhanaura, a small town, tehsil headquarter in Dist. Amroha located in western UP. With a population of around 60000 people, the town in modest in size, but it is very progressive, have all facilities, and very well connected with major cities like Moradabad, Meerut, Dehradun, New Delhi etc. Though Dhanaura is known for diversified businesses, but it is very famous for small sugarcane industries, as well as it is a big market place for vegetables, jaggery, sugar, fruits. Area has lot of mango plantation

    She added that the Club on doctor’s day they honored Dr Neha Singh, Dr Ayush, Dr Sudha and Dr MP Sharma and many other doctors . Doctors are real heroes and hence they should be appreciated and respected. They celebrated Ram Mandir Bhoomi Poojan with lightning up deepak in their homes and surroundings. In zoom meeting, all the members worshiped together lord Ram and organized bhajan sandhya.They had distributed Ration kits to the needy people.

    Furthermore, they have distributed nutrition kits, clothes, soaps, Santizers and many more essential commodities among the disable children Apart from this, they have undertaken a Tree Plantation activity through their club.Till now they have planted 52 plants.

    However the members celebrated Independence Day by flag hosting and National Anthem. Later members visited Kalali village to spread awareness about corona virus, explained usage of mask and sanitizer. Women and girls were encouraged to use sanitary pads. Masks, sanitizers and sanitary pads were distributed among the villagers. They also distributed Hygiene kits in Uttarakhand among children.
    Brief Introduction of Monika Agrawal :

    Monika Agrawal born on 30th November, 1979 in Roorkee. She have completed her post-graduation in M.COM from C.C.S. university Saharanpur. Though she is primarily a homemaker, but she also work as a part time Application Technologist (Bakery & Confectionary) in flavours division of her husband ‘s factory.

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