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Chandigarh, February 3, 2015 (Online News India): Volunteers of Yuvsatta at their ‘I Care Centre for marginalized Children’s’ in Bapu Dham Colony, Sector 26, Chandigarh today gifted new clothes, woolens to marginalized kids enrolled for free Computer, spoken English and personality development classes.

Giving information about the initiative Pramod Sharma, Coordinator, Yuvsatta shared that ‘I Care’ is a project of Yuvsatta an NGO, where in with help of donor friends and well wishers arrangements are made for children’s needs for books, stationery, school bag, water bottle, tutorial and motivational classes. Marginalized children’s in slums are also at High Risk of under Nutrition, Anemia and Childhood Morbidity, so arrangements for regular medical checkups and nutritional support are also in place.

On the occasion a public distribution of used clothes in good condition was also organized at a local temple, where over 500 people were gifted clothes and woolens.

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