Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SB)
Mangaluru, May 23: The Daijiworld fraternity which has a long legacy of extending help in every possible manner, big or small, has once again, in this most challenging times in decades, has come to the aid of two children, Jennifer D’Souza and Joshua D’Souza, orphaned after their parents were brutally murdered by their neighbour during the lockdown imposed over the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
In a series of news, Daijiworld had published the gruesome incident and assessed the condition of the children. On April 29, their father Vincent (50) and his wife Helen (45) were murdered by their neighbour at Yelinje village near Damaskatte in Kinnigoli. Jennifer had completed her tenth while Joshua was studying in fourth standard. Both the children were academically faring excellently. But the untoward incident meant a complete halt to their education.
Taking note of the helplessness of the two innocent children, Daijiworld had appealed generous donors across the globe to financially rescue the children and help them continue their education. Readers from India and abroad deeply expressed their sympathies and generously poured their assistance and within 20 days, the children were blessed with Rs 11 lac in their account.
The children in their innocence, understood the generosity of the donors and have expressed their gratitude to all who have come forward to their aid.
Daijiworld too, would like to take this opportunity to extend heartfelt gratitude to all the readers and generous donors for uplifting the spirit of humanity especially in this most challenging times. The timely help rendered comes as a great relief to the desolate children and would surely help them in continuing their education.