In pursuance of the Rajasthan Cosmo club’s motto Restore Human Dignity Rajasthan Cosmo club foundation led by its 27th president Sri Manish Chowdhari, has inaugurated their first chain of store namely Smile Store.

Chief guest Sri Mahesh Kumar Aggarwal said, actually this smile store is going to provide Smiles to the masses and hailed the philanthropic work done by the Rajasthan Cosmo club foundation for the last 28 years.

President Manish Chowdhari explained how this smile store is going to bring more smiles to people. He told this smile store will provide an extraordinary shopping experience to lower and lower-middle-class people. The clothes sold here are randomly used and branded one, which is laundry washed, sanitized with Nanotechnology, ironed, and neatly poly packed before it comes for sale. Each clothes being tagged at 20 and rs 40 respectively. People can see the variety and try it in the trial room before buying it.

Guest of honor Cine actor Srikanth appreciated the social work is done by the foundation and promised all his support to the organization. Cine actress Komal Sharma heaped all proses for the club . The USP of this store will be the clothes of many leading personalities including leading film actors n actresses will be up for sale at the same price tags said the secretary Arvind Baheti. Managing Trustee Suresh Gundecha added that the pandemic has put everyone on their back foot but the Rajasthan Cosmo club foundation’s energy n zeal to do something for society has never deteriorated and they raised 60 lakhs during the pandemic and spent that money to the welfare of government hospitals, providing masks to masses including police personnel, given ambulance n PPE kits to GH and the list is endless.

Jagdish Sarda the chairman of this project informed that RCC is going to open 5 smile stores in 6 months and this project is supported by Abhusha Foundation Trust and the family of Sri Abhaya Kumar Srisrimal.

Vice President and PRO Sripal Kothari shared a brief report about the activities of the Rajasthan Cosmo club. He said Rajasthan Cosmo Club Foundation was formed and registered in 1992 with the objective to lend to helping hand to less fortunate people of society. In pursuance of the above objective, a CLOTH BANK was started wherein we collected the Used and New clothes from the society at large and the same are redistributed to needy people along with distribution to Orphanages, Destitute Homes, Leprosy Homes, Mental Hospital, Balbhavans, Old age Homes and NGOs besides victims of natural calamities such as floods, fires, Tsunami, etc. Govt Authorities, various NGO‘s approach the foundation regularly whenever the need for clothes arises.

The Foundation runs 3 main types of CLOTH Schemes.

GAJ  BHAR  KAPDA  SCHEME: Under this scheme members of the organization collect clothes from the society at large going door to door for collection of old clothes on the scheduled date. For the convenience of the residents of that area, they are informed in advance, through proper publicity.

The collected clothes are segregated according to size, washed, ironed, and packed in poly bags under the supervision of experienced staff In our premises. The reconditioned clothes are then redistributed to needy people. Till now we have distributed nearly 13,50,000 clothes.

NEW CLOTHES SCHEME: Under this scheme, we distribute around 15000 new cloths to less fortunate people of society, which includes, the blind association of Tamilnadu, Cancer institute Guindy, Leprosy home, and the list goes on. Most of these clothes were given during festival time to make those people feel special. So far the foundation has distributed nearly 2 Lakhs clothes.

NEW SCHOOLS UNIFORM SCHEME: Under this scheme, New School Uniforms are distributed to needy and deserving students. The uniforms are custom-tailored to each student’s specifications in our premises for the past fifteen years, Nearly 5Lakhs sets of new school Uniforms have been distributed till date.

The foundation has adopted 130 schools and provides all the students one set of uniforms thereby bringing a smile to 20,000 children. The schools selected are mostly govt aided or corporation run wherein education is rendered to poor children at minimal fees, and wherein there is a need for such uniforms.