Swopner Khoje Foundation, a non-government organization, has provide new clothes for Eid-ul-Azha among 125 poor, disadvantaged children in Narail.
Mirza Ghalib Satej, founder of the foundation, distributed the new clothes on the Rupganj Mustari Complex premises in the town on Wednesday.
District Jubo Mohila League convener Nasima Rahman Polly, Narail Press Club former vice-president Sultan Mahmood, foundation members Shah Paran, Shakil Ahmed, Sohag Faraji, KM Rahat Newaz, Raj and others were present on the occasion.
Mirza Ghalib Satej, an eighth-semester student in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Daffodil University, said that considering the humanitarian aspect distribute Eid clothes to the children of helpless poor families by saving money from the cost of his education.
He was happy to share the joy of Eid with the poor. His parents inspired and helped him financially in this work.
Barsha Khatun, a sixth class student who got new Eid clothes, said that she was very happy to get new Eid clothes given by the Swopner Khoje Foundation. Khadija, a student of class two in Shibshankar Government Primary School in Rupganj area said, joy of getting new clothes was different.
Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Narail Anjuman Ara recently distributed educational materials including seasonal fruits among the orphans, organised by Swopner Khoje Foundation.
Mentioned here, Swopner Khoje Foundation was established in 2017 on the initiative of Mirza Ghalib Satej in the service of humanity.