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Natural calamities bring with them a state of utter mess. Mumbai rains are known for the loss they cause to people and property each year. Some years back, when Mumbai was hit hard by rain one of my seniors lost his family and house. Even the remains of his house couldn’t be found and he was left all alone.

The Principal and the staff decided to help him. The entire school brought some useful things for him- utilities, books, clothes, food. The bigger question was not about these materialistic things but about his dwelling. Our Principal adopted him and brought him to her house. Everything that was collected was given to him as a token of love and support.

He was highly obliged and moved by the support he got from all of us.

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