Two hundred unprivileged slum children were provided with new dresses for Eid-ul-Fitr.
Media Museum Youth Club, a volunteer organization, on Sunday came forward to bring smile for this street children. The organisation’s volunteers distributed the new clothes at Tajgaon railway colony slum.
After receiving new dress from volunteers, Selina expressed her happiness saying that her family can’t afford a new dress for her. But getting new dress on the eve of Eid brings joy to her.
Another eight year old unprivileged children Kabir who lives on selling vegetables near Tejgaon railway track expressed his satisfaction. His joys knew no bounds getting new dress.
Founding president of the volunteer club M M Badsha said, “Since the inception of our organization in 2009, we have started sharing happiness with unprivileged children. Every year we try to increase the number of beneficiaries. From our own savings, and cofriends and relatives contributed to this goodwill”
'We expect if wealthy people of the society can organize such arrangements in their respective areas, such children will be able to fulfill the Eid-ul-Fitr with more compliance,” Badsha adds.
Vice President of Media Museum Youth Club Momen Ullah, Treasurer Rabiullah, Publicity Secretary Shahjalal and EC member Masud Rana, Ruhul Amin Swapan, FM Sajjad and other members of the organization were present there while cloth distribution.