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Rohini Nilekani’s Message for GivingTuesday India

Everyday Giving | Oct 3, 2017

believe that events Like #GivingTuesdaylndia and Daan Utsav are ways for us to reach beyond ourselves. In a country where far too many people are still waiting to experience economic and social dignity, these are attempts at building an integrated society, a good samaaj, which is the true foundation of successful nations. I hope people and organisation will reach deep into their hearts and pockets to make #GivingTuesdaylndia honestly successful.

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