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Zomato Delivery Guy Feeds Underprivileged Kids And Teaches Them Too


Have you ever wondered what happens to the order you cancel on Zomato or Swiggy?
Well, restaurants give away the food to the delivery guy. While many opt to eat it or sell again earning extra profit, a few others like Pathikrit Saha decide to do something more.
 

Fondly known as ‘Roll Kaku’ (uncle) among a group of street children, this Zomato executive Pathikrit Saha delivers canceled food orders to underprivileged kids in and around Kolkata, putting a smile on their faces.

While this is commendable on its own, Pathikrit’s good deeds don’t stop here. 

Pathikrit said, “I found numerous other homeless kids around the same railway station having a dark past and an even darker future ahead of them. None of them had ever stepped inside a school. The older ones were into drug abuse, begging and even petty criminal activities, while the younger ones would just play and laze around all day, soon to grow up and join their predecessors", reports Efforts For Good.
"I wanted to look for a long term solution to make these children happy and independent," he says.
 He started Helpp Foundation and officially registered it as an NGO, to help these kids. 
From that day, along with a few friends, he started teaching basic subjects to these underprivileged children, and has been teaching ever since, for the past 4 years. 



Saha who used to work with the Kolkata Municipal Corporation, quit his job to dedicate all his energy to the benefit of underprivileged kids.
The number of kids who joined his classes started steadily rising.
Over time, Saha had to look for another job to sustain his family and he applied to be a delivery executive with Zomato. Little did he know that this job would help him more with his noble initiative of supporting street kids.

Knowing that evening classes is only a beginning, Pathikrit started working towards enrolling the children in a government school. He started spreading awareness about them and requested donations for stationery, books, bags, uniforms and so on.


Besides arranging food, he also provides books, stationery, clothes to the needy and teaches them.

"Until now we have admitted 19 students in primary schools. And have 39 registered students who attend our classes every day," he says.

What he needs funds for,
To take his initiative further, Pathikrit needs your help to build a classroom for these children.
He can be seen teaching kids under a tree, on a railway platform, or under a metro bridge, anywhere he finds a spot for these kids.
"My dream is to build a classroom for these kids, and regularly feed them and other underprivileged kids around Kolkata, 3 times a day."



“These days the kids come to study even if I am unable to feed them. This shows that they want to study, they want a better life for themselves and their family. And I have the opportunity to help them realise their dreams. The sooner I can construct the classroom, the more the children I can educate. I need your support to help these underprivileged children live a life like you and I have”

Let’s help Pathikrit in his fight for leading the change and making a difference in society.
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11th November 2019
Good news to all our well wishers. supporters & donors .At last our dreams come true & our Mission Belpahari is totally successful. 😍😍

1. 240 pcs new dress
2. 107 packets of soybean
3. 200 packets of cream biscuits & 34 packets of wafer biscuits.
4. 115 packets Marie Gold biscuits
5. 163 packets of Mosur pulse ( 500 gm in each packet)
6. 232 pcs pencil boxes
7. 12 pcs school bags
8. 400pcs exercise book,800 pcs pencils
9. 200 pcs sharpners
10. 200 pcs erasers
11. 200 pcs pens
12. 20 pcs toothpaste and toothbrushes
13. 17 pcs kurtis
14 .5 pcs saree
After 6 hours of hectic journey they reached to #Belpahari and started to visit villages one by one  They went to Jordanga, Bardanga,  Lofadari, Chakadoba & Dheria in Belpahari ( West Midnapore) . They distributed there new clothes, groceries and stationary items among children and adults .

They worked hard without food & without sleep from morning till evening only to spread smiles & to change lives. . After herculean task of 24 hours they have returned home on 2nd October at 3.30 am .

Thank you,
From Helpp foundation
Good news to all our well wishers. supporters & donors .At last our dreams come true & our Mission Belpahari is totally successful. 😍😍

1. 240 pcs new dress
2. 107 packets of soybean
3. 200 packets of cream biscuits & 34 packets of wafer biscuits.
4. 115 packets Marie Gold biscuits
5. 163 packets of Mosur pulse ( 500 gm in each packet)
6. 232 pcs pencil boxes
7. 12 pcs school bags
8. 400pcs exercise book,800 pcs pencils
9. 200 pcs sharpners
10. 200 pcs erasers
11. 200 pcs pens
12. 20 pcs toothpaste and toothbrushes
13. 17 pcs kurtis
14 .5 pcs saree
After 6 hours of hectic journey they reached to #Belpahari and started to visit villages one by one  They went to Jordanga, Bardanga,  Lofadari, Chakadoba & Dheria in Belpahari ( West Midnapore) . They distributed there new clothes, groceries and stationary items among children and adults .

They worked hard without food & without sleep from morning till evening only to spread smiles & to change lives. . After herculean task of 24 hours they have returned home on 2nd October at 3.30 am .

Thank you,
From Helpp foundation
12th September 2019
Dear Supporters,

We would like to inform you that 39 kids have registered with us and they regularly come for the classes. We provide tiffin services to them everyday in the evening. On this Durga Puja, we are planning to give them new clothes and also, we will be using these funds for the tiffin services and providing new clothes for the kids.

Thank you so much for all the support.

Please contribute towards my campaign so that I can continue with my dream and build a shelter for the kids.

Regards,
Pathikrit
Dear Supporters,

We would like to inform you that 39 kids have registered with us and they regularly come for the classes. We provide tiffin services to them everyday in the evening. On this Durga Puja, we are planning to give them new clothes and also, we will be using these funds for the tiffin services and providing new clothes for the kids.

Thank you so much for all the support.

Please contribute towards my campaign so that I can continue with my dream and build a shelter for the kids.

Regards,
Pathikrit
Rs.50,719 raised

Goal: Rs.3,000,000

Beneficiary: Helpp info_outline

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