Count on faith

IF THE common man thinks of his donation as too modest to qualify for a `donate generously' scheme, there are always repositories that accept any contribution for its concern rather than for its count. Also long-unused articles like blankets and shoes as well as regular clothing and utensils would prove to be of immediate utility to the disaster-stricken. Members of one's profession, neighbourhood or association could be goaded into appropriate action. Indeed, for the common man to lend a helping hand, it is more a question of will than of wherewithal.

K. Krishna Kumar

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