5, Jan 2024
Gurugram, 2023: In a unique New Year celebration, Gurugram witnessed joyous moments as M3M Foundation, in commemoration of Late Shri Lal Chand Bansal Ji’s birthday (Founder of M3M Foundation), extended happiness to the elderly, orphans, and mentally ill individuals. Over 600 people were provided with meals, and warm clothing was distributed at an event held in collaboration with The Earth Savior Foundation at his ashram in Sohna, Gurugram.
This heartfelt initiative, following the distribution of warm clothes to over 12,000 individuals last month, received appreciation from attendees who expressed gratitude to M3M Foundation. Anika Bansal and Piyush Bansal from M3M Group, Dr. Aishwarya Mahajan, President of M3M Foundation, along with members of the Foundation team, were present at the event.
Reflecting on the experience, Anika Bansal shared that spending time with the elderly, orphans, and mentally ill people marked a meaningful start to the new year.
On this occasion, Dr. Payal Kanodia, Chairperson and Trustee of M3M Foundation, expressed, “Though Dada ji is no longer with us, his blessings resonate among us. Finding joy in helping others, especially during challenging times, is truly fulfilling. Today, we take pride in being a pillar of support for those without companionship, the elderly, and those facing mental health challenges. The ‘Share for Care’ initiative, integral to our Duty program, is a significant stride in spreading happiness by aiding those in need.”
The “Share for Care” initiative is part of M3M Foundation’s broader ‘Kartavya’ program, dedicated to alleviating suffering and assisting communities during crises. Originating from the vision of Late Lal Chand Bansal Ji, the initiative has been a consistent effort to spread happiness and support those in need for many years.