Chicco India joins hands with Sankalp Beautiful World to contribute free toys and wearables to Pediatric cancer patients
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Chicco India joins hands with Sankalp Beautiful World to contribute free toys and wearables to Pediatric cancer patients

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Chicco India is overwhelmed to conduct this initiative and contribute free toys and wearables to the pediatric cancer patients

Many children in India and across the world are fighting against cancer, which is one of the deadliest diseases. These patients need every bit of support, not only from their family members and friends, but also from dedicated organizations. This is exactly what Chicco India is doing by joining hands with Chennai-based NGO Sankalp Beautiful World. 

Headed by Rajesh Vohra, the organization will provide free of cost kits to pediatric cancer patients and cancer survivors. By offering innovating products, the brand is knowing for taking care of multiple needs of babies. Chicco excels in making a diverse range of products that include nursing, cosmetics, toys, travel and fashion, among others.

Chicco is overwhelmed to conduct this initiative and contribute free toys and wearables to the pediatric cancer patients. The kits are being delivered to the residence of patients by Sankalp Staff, even amidst the crisis situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

“Kids with cancer are already dealing with a lot in their life and giving them a relief and sense of normalcy, even for a moment is very important,” said Rajesh Vohra, CEO Chicco India.

“It’s just a small gesture from Chicco to support the kids who are hero in their own way,” the CEO added.

 

 

Manoj kumar
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He takes a keen interest in studying and writing about legal aspects of CSR initiatives. Discussing the legal terms of catering to social responsibilities, Manoj Kumar makes his readers be updated about the set of socially constructed guidelines that conscious companies should meet.

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