~ Madras Mylapore Round Table 3 And Madras Mylapore Ladies Circle 4 Set a World Records Union for the Longest Line of Hunger Relief Packages ~
Chennai, Friday 18th November 2022: Madras Mylapore Round Table India 3 and Madras Mylapore Ladies Circle India 4 in association with Airport Authority of India (Chennai Airport) set an astounding record of serving the longest line of hunger relief packages at Chennai Airport, gate D7 today. Thus, meeting the criterion of the World Records Union for the longest line of hunger relief packages.
The cumulative humanitarian gesture equated to 3500 provision kits including, rice, pluses, rusk and sugar which are going to be distributed to several NGOs across Chennai. The provision kits were packed in cloth bags to address the need of the hour, which is ‘reduce plastic use’, while the reusability and durability of cotton bags also addresses the second ‘r’ (reduce, reuse) of saving the planet.
The presence of Nawabzada Mohammed Asif Ali, Dewan to Prince of Arcot; Dr Sharad Kumar, Airport Director Chennai International Airport AAI; K. V .K Sriram, Dy. Inspector General Chennai Airport, made the moment memorable for the entire organizing committee.
Varsha Aswani, founder, Born to Win Research Foundation Trust said, “It is an absolute honour to be part of this noble initiative, where we will be distributing the provision kits to several NGOs across the city. The NGOs include Amir Mahal Arcot Foundation; Space kids India Foundation; Trinity old age home; SARVODAYA; Rain Drops; Seva Chakkra Choolai Girls home; Cancer saviours; Support institutions and care homes catering to destitute women, the differently-abled, visually challenged and transgenders.”
Mrs Shilpa Katrela, chairperson, Madras Mylapore Ladies Circle 4, said, “Today marks a historic moment for the Round Table India and Ladies Circle India for setting up a World Records Union. I would like to use this opportunity to thank all sponsors and members of MMRT 3 and MMLC4 who came forward to support us. As every drop makes an ocean, the devotion and dedication of the entire team to mobilise resources and organise things to put together 3500 provisional kits is not an easy task. Further she added, “this project is very close to my heart as ‘feed the needy’ initiative has been our mission and I consider myself to be truly blessed to be a part of this initiative.”
Mr. Rahul Chabbria, Chairman, Madras Mylapore Round Table India 3, said, “We are extremely delighted that our efforts have been recognised on a global platform for marking the highest number of provision kit distributed in one single day. This campaign would not have been possible without the support of our members and airport authorities who were the main driving force behind the success of this initiative. The record encourages us to strive further to make a difference to society and the environment.”
The Madras Mylapore Round Table 3 And Madras Mylapore Ladies Circle 4 believe that this is just a beginning and there are more hands to feed and more lives to change. As a community the Round Tablers often strive to better their efforts in making this world a better place, one record at a time, one city at a time