Debabrata Auro Foundation is immensely grateful to all its donors. Nothing would be possible without them and we thank them for their contribution to this foundation.
I am a clinical cosmetologist based in Pune. Though my profession is to make people look good from outside, I work constantly on myself to be beautiful by heart. I think this selfishness of being a better human being than I was yesterday, motivates me to help
One of the main reasons I help others in need is because they are our fellow human beings and we cannot turn a blind eye. It is not a sin to be poor. If we accept God’s infinite mercy in our lives but refuse to pass it on along to others whether we think they are deserving of it or not, I feel we are the worst hypocrites. The smallest wave is the one that gets you to the shore and similarly I feel a small act of kindness can make a big difference in someone’s life. Seeing a smile on someone’s face is something that makes me feel warm inside. It helps me to connect with people, actually interact with human kind. Whenever I extended a helping hand it has changed me in a way of becoming a better human being and interacting with them helped me realise that they are deeply loved by God and are extremely valuable in His sight. In this world it is a fact that whatever seed you sow, that is the sort of fruit you get.
Compassion and kindness only can bring joy in the lives of those who have lost all hope. The ability and willingness to extend a helping hand, however small, not only acts as a motivator to the needy but also gives a sense of contentment to the benefactor.
One can reach a destination using multiple paths. I have been a regular blood donor for 12 years and know how self-motivating and satisfying it is to be of some help to others. This is another way to have that sense of self-motivation and satisfaction.
I have done my MBBS and MD Anatomy from MGIMS Sewagram. God has given me so many blessings in the form of my profession, family and friends. A small way to thank almighty for what he has done for me. I return it by helping those who are in need.
I moved away from the corporate life to pursue writing, my first love. Late last year, I collaborated on an e-book of short stories published by Amazon. The proceeds from the book were donated to Dalai Lama’s Tibetan Children’s village (TCV).
The realization that I am more privileged, in the sense that I am of sound mind and health, I have had the means to pursue an education and follow a path that I believe in, is perhaps what motivates me to lend a helping hand to those who have been denied either or both.
I am Rupali from Mumbai. When I reach out to help people by contributing a little bit, I get a sense of satisfaction that I am able to make at least a small difference in someone’s life. And especially when you know that your contribution is touted through a right and trusted channel.
She is a well-established and certified Clinical Research Professional with over 15 years of comprehensive Clinical Research Management, Regulatory Affairs and Consulting experience.
She currently serves as the Director of the Women’s Health Clinical Research Unit (WHCRU) at UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine. She strives to make an impact – one human at a time. She knows that she was born to serve and help make this world a better place – every single day.
She is a peace warrior in spirit and has initiated a beautiful movement: To Serve Humanity & Bring About Positive Transformations in Our World – through Creative Expression -Compassion & – Jolts of Lightening. She is Founder and CEO of The Peace Warrior – An NGO with a Modern Twist www.thepeacewarrior.org
She says: “You, I, each one of us can be a peace warrior. If we choose to speak up at the right time, if we choose to take action when needed, if we have the right thought mindset, if our heart is full of love and compassion. If we care, if we want to make a positive impact, if we want to give back, if we feel the pain of others – if any of these or all of these happened to you, you are a peace warrior.”
Ms. Suverna Govil is a lawyer. She is an entrepreneur and runs a legal firm. She has also recently started a franchise of Mark Pre-school and day care in Kandivali East. She believes in women’s empowerment and is the winner of National Women’s Leadership award in the category of legal service provider in Maharashtra. She believes in helping people in every way possible and has been helping DAF with many activities.
- Ramesh Mehta -Noble medicals – for donating free medicines for all the Mega Medical Camps organized by DAF.
- Miloni and Palkesh Sancheti– Mangal distributors – For donating free medicines for the first Mega Medical Camp in March 2017
- Hobby Ideas- For donating acrylic colors for the art workshop conducted for differently abled children at Ashadaan.
- Nutan Dungdung, Vinayak Nimbalkar and Balbir ji- For investing their time and helping wholeheartedly in every endeavour.
Donors for toy donation drive December 2016
- Carlyne Remedios
- Chandni Pattni
- Lisa Sadanah
- Priyanka Kaul
- Sunayna Sadarangani
- Kareema Burman
- Geeta Chatterji
- Ponsey Verghese
- Sharmila Nair
- Archana Govil
- Diyana Miraj
- Kanchan Bhakoo
- Rupali Walawalkar
- Shalini Kogila
- Avinash Sohal
- Shweta Shah
- Singapore International School
- Sangeen Kakkad
- Atiya Jhaveri
- Deepali Arolkar
Donors for book donation drive April 2018
- Vaishali Rawat
- Arpita Sen
- Nimisha Kantharia
- Rupali Walawalkar
- Reshma Palep
- Swati Kudalkar
- Arvin Bhasker
- Falguni Kumar Laha
- Shiv Malik
- Sanjana Bhosle
- Shehla Shaikh