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  • Writer's pictureMohit Modi


Losing a loved one is among the most difficult things any of us will ever have to go through. A death anniversary, deathday, or Remembrance Day—the anniversary that a loved one passed—can bring up complex emotions, from sadness and anxiety to helplessness and fear. And whether a first or a 50th anniversary, it can come with an unexpected flurry of feelings.

Many people find that supporting a noble cause on a loved one's remembrance day helps channel some of their energy and feelings into something positive. To make this task easier, The ISCI foundation helps people to do some positive work in the memory of their loved ones.

In this sequence, the NGO volunteers Sadhna Gupta and Sweta Ji received the clothes donated by Mrs. Jatan Goyal Ji and her children in the memory of her husband Late Shri Manoj Goyal Ji at Murar and brought happiness to the destitute people by presenting them. NGO. Its founder Sweta Ji told that in this way, helping people to remember their loved ones and with their help, the immense joy that comes in bringing happiness to the destitute, positive energy is generated between her organization and volunteers.


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