Sewa Day brings joy to Bradford
Thousands of people from across the UK took part in a special event on 14 October, where they dedicated their time to improve the life of others. Called the Sewa Day, the event in Bradford saw around 100 volunteers engaging in 10 projects with an aim to uplift the living condition of those around them. For instance, volunteers – aged from four years to 70 – took part in a food and clothing collection drive in association with Bradford Food Bank and Curry Project where they helped in collecting 1.3 tons of food and over 48 bags of clothing. Harkishan Mistry, a local co-ordinator…
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