I recently have come from Bangalore City which I assumed to be hot and as the residents there told me that this year it's too hot. I thought I was in bad luck as Bangalore is known for it's cool climate. When I came back to my hometown and got down from the bus I felt like 500 air blowers aimed at me and started blowing the air at once. It was torturous. It was unbearable. When a 25 year old person like me couldn't bear this temperatures what about my father who is 58 years old and my mother who is 53 years old? What about your parents? What about every elderly people? I realized there's way less trees comparatively to Bangalore City which seemed cool. Forget about natural disasters like cyclones which can uproot trees and sweep everything in its way. What about the cutting of trees by us? For our own needs and desires? Yeah we need a house and there's a tree right in the middle of it. Isn't there another possible solution than killing that tree? This is like cutting our own arms because our shirts won't fit us. I encountered another issue where people are literally collapsing on the roads and moments away from taking their last breath if no aid is available. What if this happens to our parents when we are not around? Worst case, what if this happens to our parents when no one's around? Global warming isn't directly connected to ozone depletion but both of them can be saved by trees. So this campaign's aim is to raise Rs. 30000 for 300 trees and I am not going to give up. I will keep doing this and even encourage you to start a fundraiser in which I promise will be part of donors too.