Sandhya Mudurukolla Family #3181

In a bustling village, Ramesh worked diligently as a gas stove repairer to make ends meet for his family. His wife, Sandhya, took on the vibrant task of selling colorful bangles to the women in the community. Their three children, Vivek, Lucky, and the youngest Sangeetha, were devoted students in the 5th, 3rd, and 2nd standards, respectively studying in a government school.

Ramesh's livelihood relied on his knack for fixing gas stoves, and he would often take to the streets, announcing his repair services for anyone in need. Meanwhile, Sandhya faced the challenges of selling bangles, sometimes left with little or no money at the end of the day. Despite their struggles, the family persevered, finding strength in their unity and the hope for a brighter future for Vivek, Lucky, and little Sandhya. 

One day, by God's grace, Rice Love visited their village school children's families and offered them 20 kgs of quality rice. It will last for 20 days and can save up to $12. The rice brought happiness into the family and bright hope for the future of the children. They showed gratitude to Rice Love and grateful for charity and timely help.

- Sandhya | Warangal, Telangana

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