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Meet 10-yr-old boy- He donated his entire Rs 30,000 savings for poor patients’ treatment

A 10-year-old boy in Australia decided to give it back to less unfortunate people as he donated a sum of Rs 30,000 for the treatment of poor patients at PGIMER, Chandigarh.

Gurkiret Singh had been saving this pocket money for years and at the need of an hour, he donated his whole savings to poor patients’ treatment. Let’s take a moment and appreciate him.

Credits: IndiaTimes

Following the footprints of his grandmother, Gurkiret Singh, with a big heart has donated all his life savings of Rs 60 lakh for the welfare of poor and needy people.

Talking to Newsline, Harbajan Kaur said, “It is pleasing to see that my third generation is also carrying forward the teachings of Sikh gurus, who emphasised on the joy of giving.”

She also added that the poor people need much-needed help and that we must come together to do the best for them.

In the last 4 months, the family came forward to donate a whopping amount Rs 2,20,000 for poor patients’ treatment.

Gurkiret added that he had been saving money for ‘donation and helping the ones who come from economoically backward sections of the society’. This goes to show that he is a good human being.

Kaur has donated roughly around Rs 22 Lakh for the treatment of 37 patients at PGI.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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