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DNA Impact: Mumbai samaritan helping street kids receives support for his cause

Monday, 11 August 2014 - 5:09am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna

Twenty-two-year-old Prince Tiwari is not only popular among street kids, but is soon gaining likes on social networking sites too.

After dna reported on August 8, how this Kandivili boy saw 24 children begging near the temple, and after enquiring about their studies. Tiwari found out that though they attend school, they hardly learn anything. And that's when he decided to teach them.

He not only teaches them but has also managed to enrol them in private English and semi-English schools.

Prince was not alone. Help came from classmate Payal Shah. Both are third year degree students of accounts and finance at Thakur College of Science and Commerce.

Some good samaritans, who caught Prince and Payal teaching these street children, have come forward to offer their help.

Tiwari, said, "Earlier there were 250 likes on our Facebook page, but thanks to the article, the number of likes have gone up to 266 now. Many have shown their interest in helping in our cause. Hope that helps keep pouring like this."

To help Tiwari, please contact him on- www.facebook.com/teresatheoceanofhumanityfoundation

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