Coronavirus has caused havoc in India. Many people are dying every day, in such a situation, many people are coming forward for help.
Krissive donated money for the vaccine
At present, India is facing a big epidemic. Due to Corona, there is a danger of destruction in the country. In such a situation, people are doing everything possible to help each other. While many big industrialists have come forward to help, there are some people who may not be as prosperous financially but are willing to give everything to help in the hour of this calamity. The 19-year-old Krrish KL Tekchandani (Krishiv KL) is an example of this.
Last year too, many players from India donated in the war against Corona. From cricketers to football players donated to the PM Relief Fund. Once again, when such a situation has come to the fore, the sports world is seen coming forward. India young golfer Krrish has decided to sacrifice everything to help his country in difficult times.
Krissive donated all the proceeds
Krissive started playing golf at the age of seven. Since then, he has participated in many competitions at the national and international level and earned a lot of money with the win. He has now decided that he will donate all the proceeds from it. He is donating this amount to his local golf club in Chembur, which is working on the vaccine. Crissive donates blood every year since the age of 18 on his birthday and on special occasions. He has always considered it his responsibility.
Krissive believes that many people work at the golf course. They often do not have money for food and medicine. Such people are very much in need of the Kovid vaccine. Especially in the event of lockdown, these people need help. As a player, he considers it his responsibility to help the people belonging to the lower strata associated with the game. He hopes that due to his move, other people will also come to fire for help and this is what the country needs at this time.
More people have also come forward to help
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has come forward to help. He has announced a relief fund of Rs 135 crore in view of the situation in India due to Corona. Apart from this, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has also extended a helping hand. The big industrialists of the country are also working for this.
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