Saturday, May 21, 2011

Second mission of @tfcnepal #Mission2 at #DRCNepal

We tweet for cause to bring smile on the faces[including faces of ours :))]

As planned earlier, We gathered at DRC, Nepal exactly at 1 PM at Gokarna, Kathmandu to extend a bit of helping hands to the organisation.

Lets talk about what we have brought for you little people :))


We supported the organisation with the following daily consumable food items and stationaries. Some stationaries were distributed to the children who had better performances in their studies. @bhoowan created a very friendly environment among children there, which was indeed very amusing moment for all. @ujjwalacharya @dipakbhattarai @friendycalls @ishzz and @cbidhya had some short speeches to clarify our mission2 , which ended with smiling faces.  We extend our great gratitude to @kakabaa who managed to provide us 35 pairs of clothes to support the organisation and @kafleramzz who provided us the banner of tfcNepal.

#bhoowan entertaining the kids :))


Mr. Keepa Sherpa, the chairman of DRC,Nepal was very pleased to receive the logistic supports we provided and exclaimed on behalf of the organisation that it is indeed a very great initiative taken by the twitter group to help such organisations like ours and he thanked #tfcNepal for the support. 


We were certainly able to bring smile on faces. Thanks to all the best wishes of  #members who wished to be at the spot but couldn't managed and participated equally via twitter and specially to them who managed time despite of their busy schedules to be a part of the happiness. Thank you all. We indeed are overwhelmed by your commitment towards us.

For the list of materials donated, click here and donors

Note: Do inform us about similar needy centers which are lacking regular supports for a healthy living around your community. We will try our best to extend our helping hands to them. Your help is must for us. Lets be equally involved. :)) 

--tfcNepal 2011 :)) 

1 comment:

  1. Wow! nice smiles!
    I wish I were in Nepal.
    Good job guys. Keep it up.

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