Weʼve raised £0 to help commence building project of new school for the underprivileged children in India.
- Hazoor sahib Nanded Maharashtra India
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Detective Sergeant Jaspal Singh has left the Metropolitan Police Force to raise money for underprivileged children of India. The Detective who has served the British community for more than 22 years and who has worked across London’s most dangerous boroughs, stated that it was time to answer his calling, “helping the poor and underprivileged”. Jaspal Singh stated that poverty is strife in India even though it is a thriving economy and it is now his mission to help poverty stricken children, all of which come from slum backgrounds. Singh aims to educate the children by building a new school in Maharashtra, India, this he states will provide the children with a better future, as such a form of giving follows the charity vision that, a “True charity is the one which makes one free from charity”. Therefore, by following this global vision, the Detective Sergeant hopes that the benevolent British public who have been at the core of his daily life, will now support him and his charity, 23p a Day, in its newly found cause of “Give a child an education, Give a child a future”.
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I'm looking forward to this challenge which has already provided an immense abundance of joy. You can help in so many ways. By donating money, books other schooling resources such as old laptops etc. Come out to visit the project and help teach.
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