KAHS adopts poor families
Srinagar, Aug 19: Continuing with its endeavour, the Kashmir American Humane Society (KAHS), a Los Angeles based non-profit organization today said that it will adopt more underprivileged families in Kashmir where it has been doing so.
In a statement, a spokesman of KAHS said its objective is to identify families that do not have any resources to sustain livelihood and help them with the basic necessities.
“The volunteers and members of the organization have visited some villages in the Valley to make such arrangements. Because of limited resources, the organization has adopted only six families and is supplying them essential commodities on monthly basis,” the statement said.
“KAHS comprises young non- resident Kashmiris who are trying to mobilize support so that they can render help to many more disadvantaged and deserving families. The society largely aims at reaching out to the financially disadvantaged families of the Valley and lessen the class inequalities,” the statement added.
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