Nanhe Pakshi, a well-known NGO providing free haircuts to underprivileged childrens in Delhi

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Nanhe Pakshi, a well-known NGO dedicated to the welfare of under privileged children and their families, is expanding its reach by providing free haircuts to underprivileged individuals in Delhi. The organization has set up a mobile hair salon that travels to different areas in the city, providing free haircuts to anyone who needs them.


The initiative has been met with overwhelming support from the local community, as many people struggle to make ends meet and cannot afford basic necessities such as personal hygiene. Nanhe Pakshi’s mobile salon is equipped with all the necessary tools and staffed by trained hairstylists who volunteer their time and expertise.
The founder of Nanhe Pakshi, Mrs. Pallavi Kashyap Singh, said, “We believe that everyone deserves to feel good about themselves, regardless of their financial situation. By providing free haircuts, we hope to make a small but meaningful difference in the lives of those who need it most.”
Nanhe Pakshi NGO ( Pallavi Kashyap)
The mobile hair salon has been a huge success in Delhi, with many people expressing their gratitude for the service. One individual who received a haircut from the mobile salon said, “I cannot express my gratitude enough. I never thought I would be able to afford a haircut, but thanks to Nanhe Pakshi, I can now look presentable and feel good about myself.”
Nanhe Pakshi NGO Pallavi Kashyap
Nanhe Pakshi’s efforts to provide free haircuts are a part of its broader mission to make a positive impact in the community. The organization has always been committed to helping those in need, and its latest initiative is no exception. By spreading awareness on personal hygiene, Nanhe Pakshi is helping to boost the self-esteem and confidence of individuals who may otherwise feel overlooked or neglected.
The mobile hair salon will continue to travel throughout Delhi, providing free haircuts to anyone who needs them. Nanhe Pakshi hopes that its initiative will inspire others to get involved and make a positive impact in their own communities.

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