Kardan University’s Volunteer Club, under supervision from The Office of Student Involvement and Events, successfully launched the first phase of the Winter Cloth Donation Campaign to encourage students and staff to donate clothes to needy people. Collection points were set up on all three campuses of the university. There was a tremendous response from students, faculty and staff of the university, who donated hundreds of cloths and other wearables like shoes and caps.
The campaign is still underway, and students and staff can drop their donations at the collection points. As the donated items reached a considerable volume, the volunteer team decided to organize the first round of distribution among the needy.
On January 14, the Volunteer Club members along with staff volunteers set out to distribute more than 300 items among the needy in different parts of the city. Donation beneficiaries included street vendors, Kabul Municipality workers and the children at the displaced people camps who had no or very little warm clothes for the winter.
Kardan University appreciates the efforts of all donors and volunteers who actively participated in the campaign and made it a success.