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Valentine’s day 2nd Innings – Season 3.

To bring joy and to spread love among the ones who are often neglected and poverty-stricken, impoverished, this valentine’s day the volunteers of Volunteer for Bangladesh Chittagong District organized the event “Valentine’s Second Innings, Season 3”.

They put together a very fun-filled and colourful event for them .The first part of the event was full of fun games and music competition among the children. The children enjoyed and participated in the games with much excitement. The volunteers also brought chocolates, flowers, and clothes for the kids. The kids were extremely happy and had a wonderful time. The second half of the day was dedicated to the couples living in the nearby slum areas. Mainly four couples shared their beautiful love and life stories with everyone. These are the people whose life stories and struggles are often untold. On that day volunteers listened their unheard stories with much interest and made them feel special.

The event ended with big smiles, beautiful music and enthusiastic dance performances. The day was nothing but an amazing display of spreading love and happiness.

To bring joy and to spread love among the ones who are often neglected and poverty-stricken, impoverished, this…

Posted by Volunteer for Bangladesh on Sunday, February 26, 2017

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