Usha Singh Panwar

Giving is indeed the greatest act of grace. It was an eventful and emotion filled day because the comfort of sitting at home and not worrying about the next meal is extremely important but not everyone has that privilege.

So, I decided to help the people who need most at this time of Covid-19. Seeing them break down as they received rations and medicines, was heartbreaking. 

I am extremely grateful for the people who believed in me, and we will continue to help as many people as we can!!

I would like to extend my greatest appreciation to all my family that came on board and contributed together with us in extending help to the needy more so those heavily impacted by COVID19.

I have reached thousands of families residing in villages, cities and managed to support them with essentials during these times of distress.

I provided food, medicines, water each single day. There are many families who lost members during this tough time, so my duty was to provide at least two meals to as many people. 

I will continue to do good deeds after Covid 19 is over. 

The number of food packets we distribute increases daily and I hope this act will be able to bring a little relief and joy in the hearts of the recipient families. 

Since childhood I had a strong desire to help people and share happiness as well as celebrate with everyone irrespective of caste, race, and religion.

I felt their pain and realized that my true calling in life was to help the poor, share happiness and celebrate with them. 

When a poor person dies of hunger, it has not happened because God did not take care of him or her, it has happened because neither you nor I wanted to give that person what he or she needed.

My motto is that no one should sleep hungry and I will Stop at Nothing to ensure no one does.

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