Mangaluru: 'We Care and Share' celebrates decennial jubilee in grandeur

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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Jul 22: The decennial jubilee of 'We Care and Share,' a humanitarian association, focussing on pro-social activities, was celebrated at Don Bosco Hall on Sunday, July 22.

Dr Aloysius Paul D’Souza, bishop of Mangaluru, inaugurated the programme by lighting the lamp along with Fr Faustine Lobo, director, Pontifical Congregation, Michael D’Souza, proprietor, Ivory Grand (Dubai), James Mendonca, proprietor, Reliable Group of Companies (Dubai), Walter Nandalike, Daijiworld Media Group, Sr Susheela, mother general, Ursuline Congregation, Roy Castelino, proprietor, Roy Constructions, Everest D’Souza, president, We Care and Share, and Arun Palimar, managing trustee, We Care and Share.

The programme start with a prayer dance by Stevina D'Souza. 

Addressing the gathering, Bishop Aloysius said, “Before I received the invitation of this event, I was unaware of 'We Care and Share'. One of my friend gave me some details about this organisation. I was surprised hearing it. Since 10 years, the organisation is giving service without any publicity and expectations. We can see these types of organisations in the society rarely. Through this organisation, more than 50 youths have succeeded to get good jobs in Gulf countries. That means the organisation has brought a ray of hope in more than fifty families.

“Without helping nature, being humans is always incomplete. Helping and charity gives inner happiness. This inner happiness makes humans perfect. 'We Care and Share', which was started by five has more than hundred like-minded individuals in the organisation today. Their only intention is to help others, especially youths and students. There is no doubt that God will shower blessings on all its members for their kind heart,” he said.

Fr Faustine said, “The name, 'We Care and Share' itself gives an introduction about the organisation which was started ten years ago in Dubai. Caring and sharing is their main motive. They took care of job aspirants who reached the Gulf looking for employment. They helped them for food and accommodation. They are becoming Good Samaritans. With their savings, they are trying to educate poor students in India. They deserve a big salute from our society. It is my request that more and more generous people should join this organisation and help the core members to extend their charity.”

Walter Nandalike said, “Five years ago, I attended one of the events of ‘We Care and Share’ which was held in Dubai. Though I did not understand their work that day, after a query I came to know about their mission. It is one of the rarest organisations which is working in the society without any expectations, appreciation or publicity. It is all due to them that more than 50 youths are working in high positions in Gulf countries. Meanwhile, the members of the organisation are also concentrating on educating poor students in India. I know that none of the organisations’ members have own business. All are workers in various companies and from their salary, they help the needy. The work of ‘We Care and Share’ is a model for others. We are proud of them.”

Roy Castelino, James Mendonca and Michel D’Souza appreciated the organisation for their service and congratulated the members on the decennial celebration. During the event, on behalf of 'We care and Share', the dignitaries felicitated Bishop Dr Aloysius Paul. Cheques were also distributed to needy students.

After the stage programme, a musical event was held by Konkani music world’s renowned singers and composers such as Eric Ozario, Joyce Ozario, Melwyn Peris, Kevin Misquith , Venessa Saldanha and the young sensational such as Jason Lobo, Joyline Lobo, Oshin Theodore and Diyel D’Souza. Team of Nach Sobhann too enthralled the gathering.

Arun Palimar welcomed the dignitaries and gathering. Sarita D’Souza compered the event.

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  • Prashanth D’souza, Mangaluru/Dubai

    Sun, Jul 29 2018

    Congratulations “We care and share “ for the decennial jubilee celebration. You have done a good work for the needy. Nice to watch. Thanks to Daijiworld

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  • Alfred Fernandes, Sirsi Uttar Kannada/Kuwait

    Tue, Jul 24 2018

    Congratulation Dear Committee member( We Care & Share) for your countless effort to make this event graceful, when I saw Jessay & Arun I remember our previous all the programmers which we held in Saudi Arabia every year through our Angaan Konkanichem committee ( non- profitable charity) so many programs we conducted in the leader ship of the great Humble Mr. Arun Pallemar also same support from Jessy too, well done.

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  • Fr.Vincent D'Souza, Kulur-Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 23 2018

    Congratulations to Mr.Everest D'Souza and the members of ' We care and Share" for the dedicated selfless service to the people. May God Bless you with good health and happiness.

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Bengaluru/Katapadi

    Mon, Jul 23 2018


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  • Henry Lewis, Sastan/Kuwait

    Sun, Jul 22 2018

    Congratulations to We Care and Share on celebrating Decennial Jubilee I wish God bless you with more members and your good deed be an example to all.

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  • Ambrose Dmello, Pangla/ Mumbai

    Sun, Jul 22 2018

    Nice program. Congratulations on achieving the milestone.
    Keep up the good work. Best wishes for all success ahead..

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  • Richard D'Souza, Abu Dhabi

    Sun, Jul 22 2018

    Congratulations "We Care and Share" core committee and all the members and wish you all the very best.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Jul 22 2018

    God Bless all our Doners ...

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