Mangaluru: Catholic sabha fajir unit helps poor, needy under 'Easter Project' banner

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Mangaluru, Apr 12: Catholic sabha Fajir unit has taken up the task of helping poor and needy of the parish under the Banner 'Easter Project' with wise leadership of president CA Maxim Michael Fernandes. As a part of project Rs 10,000 will be given to 10 needy families to renovate their houses. Already sponsors and donors have sent the amount to catholic sabha fund. This project will be held on Easter sunday, April 17.

On Palm sunday, April 10, house roof renovation work was started at Malar ward of Fajir Parish. The house belonging to Naveen and a donor came forward for terrace work for that particular house other than Easter project. This work will complete in 35 days.

Varado Catholic sabha president Alwyn Dsouza joined hands in seva work and extended his support for the project. Catholic sabha fajir unit members and Marlar ward people were present in the seva work.


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  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Tue, Apr 12 2022

    I really find this initiative and help of our " Catholic Sabha, Fazir Unit " very encouraging and a Needy Project ! My personal Appreciation and Gratitude to the Office Bearers, Helpers and Persons who are assisting this Project for the Marginalized which will not be forgotten by our Lord !!! THANK YOU ALL DEAR ONES AND PRAYING FOR YOUR GOODNESS !

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