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Let us take this opportunity to invite Kirti Kumari Tikyani to Helping Brainz family. She actually was a guest speaker for one of the Helping Brainz event on PEACE, wherein she spoke specifically about Mauritius. Being impressed with the modus operandi of Helping Brainz, she expressed her will to work with Helping Brainz especially in the field of Public Health and Hygiene, she along with the same will be presenting our first paper on Health Information Literacy Drives at UNESCOS MIL.

Kirti is a Dietician/Nutrition Counselor with the leading hospitals of Delhi NCR. She completed her Masters from Lady Irwin College, Delhi University. She holds dual citizenship (Mauritian and India).

Winter Clothes Donation Drive – Delhi

​33,518 homeless people died in Delhi between January 2004 and October 2015 because of the cold weather conditions, according to the data released by the zonal integrated police network under the union ministry. That means 3000/season and we are not sure about the status in 2015 and 2016.
The Government despite of erupting sculptures, if could have given homes to these needy with the money the common man pay as tax, then the above figure could have lowered and Helping Brainz today couldn’t have seen human beings shivering and combating the    weather conditions in the streets of Delhi.

Helping Brainz, conducted a night donation  drive where we donated clothes to the needy kids, mothers, men and age old with blankets, quilts, sweaters, bed sheets etc. We started our journey from Vasundhara Enclave (10:30 PM) after collecting clothes and blankets from Monica Rumi Ghosh and Sitalakshmi Ma’am, and the drive ended at Kalka Mandir, Kalkaji (4:00 AM). Areas covered where Bhairo Baba Mandir, Connaught Circus, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, and Kalka Mandir. People who contributed where Monica Rumi Ghosh, Sitalakshmi Sarma, Anup Shanker, Sandeep Kumar and Yedhu Krishna Menon.

A special thanks to Anup (the Helping Brain behind the event), who drove all the way and to Sandeep who volunteered for the happening. 😉

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