Wever and Nirankari Mission donate over 40 bags of groceries to needy

Wever and Nirankari Mission donate  over 40 bags of groceries to needy

Christopher Wever (left) with some of the packages donated.

DUTCH QUARTER---More goodwill continues to flow in targeted districts as former VROMI Minister Christopher Wever joined forces with Sant Nirankari Mission to put a smile on people’s faces by delivering bags of groceries to their doorsteps on Sunday.

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Christopher Wever (left) and Sant Nirankari Mission representatives with some of the packages.

 Through this partnership, more than 40 bags of non-perishable food items were delivered to families in some of the most vulnerable areas in the community.

With the organisation’s mission being to become a synonym of oneness, love, peace, tolerance, selfless service, and compassion, Wever said all its general principles aligned with his core values and for that reason he decided to join forces with Sant Nirankari Mission to help fill empty bowls this Christmas.

  “With the positive cases of COVID-19 continuously increasing and unemployment also on the rise many families are finding themselves in trying financial situations. Therefore, I will continue to do all we can and to be our brother’s keeper,” Wever said in a press release.

  “Many people have expressed worries about the tough choices they are forced to make between buying food, paying their utility bills, rent, or transportation. Therefore, I believe there is no contribution or effort that is too small, because every small gesture adds up and can make a real difference in someone’s life.”

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