It all started in 2013 or 2014, when Vijay's
cousin, Vipin who works for a travel company,
took a family from Romania to see some
waterfalls around Khajuraho. On the way Vipin
also took them to a small village, Ghunga,
located around 20 km away from Khajuraho.
Magdalena's family was struck by how poor the
villagers looked, and it made them want to do
something to help them. Vipin himself had wanted
to help poor people for a few years, so he
agreed on a small partnership with the family.
After they got back to their country, life got
in the way so the project took quite a while to
finalise, but eventually in May 2015 Magdalena
sent a few parcels to Vipin, with clothes,
biscuits and chocolates for the village
Later, Magdalena contacted a friend of hers,
Anisa, a healthcare economist working for a
rehabilitation institute in Romania, who was
interested in this mission. So she contacted
Vipin in January 2016 by email, then she
organised a collect amongst her acquaintances
and colleagues, and sent him 50 kg of clothes,
shoes and toys for deprived children.
That was when Vipin told Vijay about his
charitable project, and a few days later the two
cousins drove together to another village,
Kundarpura (7 km away from Khajuraho) for
another distribution action.
Not all the material could be distributed in one
go, so the action was repeated again on 14
February, still in Kundarpura.
More recent clothing distributions on
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