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WATCH: Tavisha Kochhar young teen humanitarian is doing her part to fundraise for the COVID19 crisis in India

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 09 May, 2021 06:36 AM
  • WATCH: Tavisha Kochhar young teen humanitarian is doing her part to fundraise for the COVID19 crisis in India

WATCH: Young humanitarian Tavisha Kochhar's organization, tavisha_s_helping_hands is trying to raise funds towards India Covid relief. She is trying to raise a modest sum of $1000 dollars by holding a #samosa #sale this weekend.

Tavisha is the recipient of the Top 25 under 25 awards. She had made masks, and art from recyclable items during COVID19 to help out different organizations such as BC Children's Hospital, VGH, BC Cancer Foundation through fundraising.

She raised $6000 dollars for them through her organization called Tavisha_s_helping hands. Now she is raising money for India as the country is gripped by COVID and is wanting to raise $1000. Find out more on how you can help. Check out Tavishs s helping hands.

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