Money transfer company in Seychelles raising funds to help flood, landslide victims in India
A business in Seychelles has started a campaign to raise funds for people who have been affected by floods that triggered landslides through villages in the Indian state of Kerala.
The initiative undertaken by Cash Plus money exchange aims to donate $2 (INR 100) to Kerala Relief Funds on every bank transfer that is sent to India until August 27.
“This is to show our support to our brothers and sisters that are in need in this point of time. Although we are far away from the problem, we also are never safe from a disaster and we would want others to do the same humanitarian gesture,” said Subhash Singireddy, the business development manager of Cash Plus.
According to BBC News, “At least 324 people have been killed in flooding in the southern Indian state of Kerala in what local officials say is the worst flooding in 100 years….
Source: Seychelles News Agency
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