Since humans are social animal who live in a society where there exists a support system. While he is supported by some, he supports some others. It is like a brick-wall. While one brick rests on the support of two other bricks, two other bricks are supported by that one brick.
Family members or members of the society stand by him or support him during personal and financial calamities. However, when it comes to natural calamities like earthquake, floods etc which brings forth mass destruction and the entire locality gets wiped out, man becomes totally ravaged and thoroughly shaken up.
In such times of crisis, people with philanthropic feelings from other parts show social conscience, charity, humanitarianism and reach out to help the needy.
The members of the Round Table India are one such organization. The members of Nagpur Round Table 83 have been there at Jammu and Kashmir for a long time now and have been struggling to provide all the help and assistance for the flood ravaged. They have been working with the Calcutta Mid Town Round Table 113, that has taken up the initiative and supported by all the other Tables through the country.
While being a part of the relief work which is in full force, they have related about some of the pressing requirements which include Blankets, Medicines, Sanitary Pads, Baby Food, Naphthalene Balls etc.
The President of Nagpur Round Table 83 Anurag Pashine informed that no NGO has come forward so far and since they have reached the flood ravaged site, they must make use of the opportunity God has given them to help the victims. He added that they have formed a ‘Relief Kit’ as needed for the survival and support of the victims worth Rs.2500/- per kit. He has appealed to members and the masses to please donate generously to meet the initial requirement of 500 kits that will be carried by them to the flood victims.
The Convener of Nagpur Round Table 83 Sharad Agrawal said that this is the right time for the masses to donate generously for a good cause. It was also informed that they received overwhelming response and some 300 kits are ready for dispatch.