teen Raises $10000 Odisha Train Victims
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Tanishka Dhariwal, a 16-year-old Indian-American girl, has collected over $10,000 in funds and donated it to the PM Cares fund to support victims of the tragic triple train accident in Odisha’s Balasore district. She presented the funds to Randhir Jaiswal, the Consul General of India in New York. Tanishka Dhariwal initiated a GoFundMe page and reached out to schools, districts, family, and friends from diverse backgrounds to raise the funds. She believes that even a small contribution can make a significant impact. The donation event was attended by members of organizations like RANA and Jaipur Foot USA.

Prem Bhandari, president of RANA, praised Tanishka’s heartfelt gesture and highlighted the strong connections between U.S.-born Indian youth and their homeland. He commended India’s self-reliance and humanitarian efforts, including assistance provided during the Covid-19 pandemic. Tanishka, a member of the Rajasthan Association of North America (RANA), expressed her commitment to continue raising funds for the victims of the Odisha tragedy, where a collision between three trains resulted in the loss of lives and injuries. She aims to support those affected and make a positive impact through her efforts.
Re-reported from the article originally published in India.com

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Teen Raises $10,000 for Odisha Train Victims

teen Raises $10000 Odisha Train Victims
Image Credit: India.com

Tanishka Dhariwal, a 16-year-old Indian-American girl, has collected over $10,000 in funds and donated it to the PM Cares fund to support victims of the tragic triple train accident in Odisha’s Balasore district. She presented the funds to Randhir Jaiswal, the Consul General of India in New York. Tanishka Dhariwal initiated a GoFundMe page and reached out to schools, districts, family, and friends from diverse backgrounds to raise the funds. She believes that even a small contribution can make a significant impact. The donation event was attended by members of organizations like RANA and Jaipur Foot USA.

Prem Bhandari, president of RANA, praised Tanishka’s heartfelt gesture and highlighted the strong connections between U.S.-born Indian youth and their homeland. He commended India’s self-reliance and humanitarian efforts, including assistance provided during the Covid-19 pandemic. Tanishka, a member of the Rajasthan Association of North America (RANA), expressed her commitment to continue raising funds for the victims of the Odisha tragedy, where a collision between three trains resulted in the loss of lives and injuries. She aims to support those affected and make a positive impact through her efforts.
Re-reported from the article originally published in India.com