A Group Of Twentysomethings Is Feeding The Homeless Across India And Pakistan
In honour of the countries' Independence Days this year, the Robin Hood Army fed a lakh of their less fortunate citizens.
The Robin Hood Army is a volunteer-based organisation that gets surplus food from restaurants and distributes it to the needy across India and Pakistan.
The group consists of volunteers who are mostly twentysomethings, but for larger events, parents and people from all walks of life help out.
For 14 and 15 August, on Pakistan and India's Independence Days, the RHA pledged to go out and feed 1,00,000 people in a number of cities across both countries.
The India chapter spread some joy in cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Jaipur, Pune, and many more.
While the Pakistan chapter hit various localities in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad.
"The last few Sundays of my life have been humbling to say the least," Saloni Dani, an RHA member from Mumbai, told BuzzFeed India.
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