“Helping hands are better than praying lips”, this saying emphasizes the importance of helping nature and charity. It is a basic humane thing for those who are able to donate to assist the less fortunate in meeting their basic needs. We see a lot of people begging for food near traffic intersections and on footpaths. Not only that, but many orphanages and old age homes are also cash‐strapped, despite their best efforts to meet the needs to the best of their abilities. After learning about the struggles that the poor face, Jaibros, a company that has been in the market for more than ten years, is making a significant donation to charity.
Jaibros is a business that sells CNC machine tools, accessories, and other industrial items through their website www.jaibros.com . It was founded in 2009 by Jain brothers Arun Jain and Tarun Jain and is now one of the leading companies in its field, offering high‐quality products at reasonable prices. On humanitarian grounds, they contribute their part to the Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF) for the welfare of children. They donate a small amount of money for every order they receive on their website.
Sh. Kailash Satyarthi, the 2014 Noble Peace Prize winner, founded the Kailash Satyarthi Children’s
Foundation. He doesn’t need an introduction, and his fight against child exploitation and oppression has inspired many across the country. His experiences with poverty and the lack of education and school access for all children deeply moved him. KSCF was founded to address pressing issues affecting children, such as child labour, child trafficking, child marriage and child sexual abuse.
Arun Jain strongly believes that education is the only thing that changes the world. He wants to do his part to help those who are in need of education. He chose to donate a portion of his earnings to KSCF, an organisation dedicated to helping children. His goal is to empower children through this positive relationship with KSCF by assisting them in their education and preparing them to make a difference in the future.
Children who are subjected to exploitation and violence are more likely to begin their education later in life. As a result, they were unable to complete their higher secondary education by the age of 18, which is the maximum age for staying in a care home. Following their release from foster care, these children’s education has become a serious issue, with many students abandoning their studies. Jaibros and the KSCF are primarily assisting this group of students in completing their higher education. They provide secondary and university education in the field of a student’s choice. They also encourage student entrepreneurship by providing financial support for ideas that address social issues. They also offer training to the students interested in sports, art and crafts, music, and acting. The total amount covers all of a student’s expenses, including tuition, housing, food, books, and other miscellaneous expenses.
Jaibros has set an example, and his story has inspired many people to give whatever they can to the