As a culmination of over six months of meticulous planning and preparation, WCW distributed 1000 woollen shawls to the poor and destitute widows of Vrindavan.
This was one project executed by WCW involving a budget of over 2 lakhs.
It was a heart rending experience for the volunteers involved in the distribution of the shawls. The tears and smiles of gratitude and the blessings given by these discarded and deserted women is in itself a huge treasure received by by all members who have contributed to this noble cause.
The initiative could be such a huge success with a lot of support from Vatsalyagram ( https://www.vatsalyagram.org/about-us ), headed by Sadhvi Rithambara. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sadhvi_Rithambara ) . More details at ( https://www.vatsalyagram.org/.../images/PSP_English30.7.pdf ) .This place also caters to over 15 differently abled children, 250 orphans who are given a family atmosphere and over 400 tribal children. They also have a gaushala that protect over 250 cows. WCW proposes to associate with them in their endeavors. Sulabh International, an NGO doing a lot of charity work in Vrindavan for these widows also assisted us in our efforts.
Mr. K.V. Vijay Kumar Warrier, Mr. K. Suresh Warrier Mr. Anil kumar, Mrs.Dhanya Anil Kumar,Mrs. Sreekala Warrier and Mrs. Seetha E ( project coordinator ) were Volunteer members who travelled to Vrindavan for the purpose.
A very special mention has to be made here for the help extended by Mr. PT Radhakrsihnan of Delhi Warrier Samajam, Ms.Bhavnaji of Vatsalya gram and Mr. Madan Jha of Sulabh International, Ms.Suja Warrier ( Infosys), Mrs.Dr.Sreekumaikkavu , Swami Abhayanandaji ( Chinmaya Mission) , who helped us in our effort to wipe the tears off from at least a few faces.