A 26-year-old pursuing his doctorate in pharmacy from Hyderabad, began serving food to the needy. Serving free breakfast to nearly 1,000 hungry Hyderabadis every day, Sujath hasn’t missed a single day of service. Twice a week, he also distributes dinner to the homeless.
Besides, he also runs a tailoring coaching centre for widows and other women who need an additional source of income. After distributing food on the roadside, he had a few packets left, so he walked towards the Secunderabad station where he came across street children pulling his shirt, asking for food.
He eventually asked his friends and family who were working to donate their one day’s salary for this endeavour. He goes on to serve breakfast to a few hundred people until about 8.15 am. From there, he makes a trip to Niloufer Hospital.
His foundation also runs a free Tailoring Coaching Centre for women in Sadasivpet town in neighbouring Sangareddy district, Telangana. The centre’s four-month courses have trained over 500 women. Following Ramadan, however, the foundation will move to Musheerabad.
Every month, this endeavour costs around Rs 1.5 lakh. This is a 100 per cent charitable endeavour, which runs on donations. This is really inspiring.