Mangaluru: HFF Mangalore visits Paschim re-hab ashram


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Mangaluru, Mar 1: Humanity First Foundation, also known as HFF Mangalore on February 28 set out on a noble journey to visit an inspiring place called 'Paschim Re-hab Ashram', located at Someshwara.

Paschim Re-hab Ashram is a place that is now home to over 104 residents who were once homeless destitute.

HFF Mangalore team was warmly welcomed by the director of the ashram, Rohith Sanctus.

The HFF team donated many essential goods, namely a brand new mattress, good and used clothes that were collected by the HFF team members etc.

Healthy and scrumptious afternoon lunch was also sponsored by the HFF team followed by games, fun activities, singing and dancing.

Winners were awarded gifts amidst cheers and applauds.

The whole programme was wonderfully hosted by an HFF member, a legal advisor by profession, Lolina Lobo.

The programme concluded by HFF Mangalore president, Rajesh Misquith.

Vice-president of HFF Mangalore, Prem Dsouza along with a few other members of the HFF Mangalore team were present.

The whole experience was emotional, inspiring and uplifting, especially in these tough times. All the generous donors are highly appreciated for making this event possible.

  

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