An act of kindness goes a long way especially in the times we are living in. Here are 11 times people helped another of their kind:
1. British people offer roses 3,000 Roses To Passersby At London Bridge After Recent Attacks
Days after the London Bridge attack that claimed eight lives, a group of Muslims handed out 3,000 roses to passersby and tourists at the monument as a gesture of love. “After the events of last weekend we are making a symbolic gesture of love for the communities affected by the attack,” said Zakia Bassou, one of the organisers of the event.
“The whole concept is we are not going to let London Bridge, or any bridge, fall down,” she was quoted as saying by the Press Association.
2. Manchester People Get A Bee Tattooed To Raise Money For Terror Attack Victims
Mancunians got bees tattooed following the terror attack in Manchester.
One tattoo parlour in the city thought bees, which represent Manchester’s industrial past, would be a great way to unite and raise money for the victims of the blast that happened at Ariana Grande’s concert at the Manchester Arena.
Also read: Manchester People Are Getting A Bee Tattooed To Raise Money For Terror Attack Victims
3. Local gurudwaras offered food and shelter to people after Manchester Attack
Gurudwaras in Manchester supported victims and those stranded by offering shelter and food. These include Sri Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara Educational & Cultural Centre, Gurdwara Sri Guru Harkrishan Sahib, Dasmesh Sikh Temple, and Central Gurdwara Manchester. The information was shared by Twitterati Harjinder S Kukreja.
4. Manunians offer accommodation to the stranded
After the recent attack in Manchester killed 22, people started the trending topic, #RoomForManchester, online to offer shelter and support to anyone in need.
5. Sikhs in Pakistan serve iftar to Muslims during Ramadan
In an act of harmony, Sikhs in Pakistan’s Peshawar served iftar to Muslims during Ramadan.
Also read: Pakistani Sikh Community Serving Iftar To Muslims During Ramzan Is Winning The Internet
6. People helped those hurt in the London Attacks
People lauded the courage of doctors and nurses who ran into the road on Westminster Bridge where around a dozen pedestrians were mowed down by the car.
Also read: This Is How Strangers Helped Victims Of The Horrific London Terror Attack
7. Hindu temple in Kerala serves iftar
A Hindu temple in Kerala’s Malappuram district held an Iftar party for Muslims observing Ramadan fast.
The Lakshmi Narasimhamurthy Vishnu Temple held a vegetarian party and around 500 people attended the event.
Also read: Setting A Great Example Of Harmony, A Temple In Kerala Holds Iftar For Muslims Who Helped Rebuilding It
8. In Darjeeling, Locals Give Food And Water to Stranded Tourists
Scores of tourists were gathered at the Motor Stand in Darjeeling, waiting to catch a Siliguri-bound vehicle. Just when the queue began to grow, locals stepped out of their homes to offer food and water to the stranded.
Also read: Locals Help Stranded Tourists With Food And Water As Protests Continue In Darjeeling
9. A Group Of Muslims In Britain Collects $33,500 To Help Parliament Attack Victims
A group of Muslims in Britain began a crowdfunding campaign for the victims of the London Attack. Al Jazeera reported that $33,500 were collected for around 1,000 people.
Also read: A Group Of Muslims In Britain Collects $33,500 To Help Parliament Attack Victims
10. Chai stall in London opens to employ refugees
A Delhi born and raised opened Chaigaram, a tea stall in London as a way to offer employment to refugees. Pranav Chopra’s stalls now exist at two food markets in the UK Capital and even supply tea to 20 independent cafes, and they are all managed by refugees.
Also read: ‘Chaigaram’ – A Desi Cafe In London That Helps Refugees, One Masala Chai At A Time
11. Children raise money to build home for friend
Students of a school in Kerala raised Rs 4.5 lakhs to help build a home for their friend, Arunima R. Nair. They collected the money to move her from a mud house into a proper house.
Also read: Kind-Hearted School Students In Kerala Raise Rs 4.5 Lakhs To Help Build A Home For Their Friend
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