Bollywood Bhai [ Salman khan Social contribution ] or done charitable responsibilities for humanity

Bollywood Bhai  [ Salman Khan Social contribution ] or done charitable responsibilities for humanity 

Being a celebrity means inspiring people and having plenty of social responsibilities towards their fans and people. There are Bollywood actors and celebrities who have been involved in charitable activities for a long time. 

Image of Bollywood Bhai  Salman khan
Image of Bollywood Bhai  Salman khan

This makes us believe in Humanity as we get to witness it through these stars. So here’s a list of the most generous actors in Bollywood who have done charitable work.

 Salman Khan

Salman Khan is almost as well-known for his many charitable endeavors as he is for his stardom. Salman is as good as he looks on screen. After starting his own non-profit organization, Being Human, he has been striving to help the needy more and more. He is no doubt generous towards all those who ask him for help, be it Celebrities or the normal public. 

Salman Khan has done a lot of Philanthropic work and is known far and wide for his helpful nature. The Dabangg actor does not hesitate for a minute to spend money to assist the lives of needy children and poor people in any way. 

>> Salman Khan had distributed around 200 bicycles among street kids during the shooting of Dabangg, in 2010. Sonu Sood, taking a cue from his Dabangg co-star, decided to follow his lead. The actor, on a recent visit to his hometown in Moga, gifted 50 cycles to his gym members, reported Reportedly, Sonu admitted that he was inspired by Salman Khan and said that he had gifted the cycles to people who belonged to poor families and came from far-off villages.

>> Actor Salman Khan has decided to give Rs 1,500 each to as many as 25,000 daily-wage workers of Bollywood. As reported by The Times of India, Salman is going to credit the amount in the accounts of these workers to help them during the coronavirus-induced lockdown.

>> Salim Khan had fixed 10% of Salman's income to be spent for personal need. A part of the balance 90% was used for charity. Now that Salman has his own NGO, Being Human, the rest of his income is spent on the same.

>> Donating marrow is a simple act, it's as simple as donating blood. But this simple act can save the life of someone suffering from blood cancer, thalassemia and other major blood-related diseases," Salman said in a statement.

>> I am pledging my marrow with MDRI (Marrow Donor Registry of India) so that in an emergency, if a patient's sample matches mine, I can be reached to donate my marrow," the 44-year-old actor said.

>> Salman's charitable foundation Being Human has also joined hands with the Marrow Donor Registry (India) to create awareness of how marrow donors can save lives.

>> The more the donors, the more lives we save. So I urge that all of you who are blessed with good health come forward and pledge your marrow so that the less fortunate can benefit from this thoughtful act," Salman said.

>> The aim of the initiative is to develop a large pool of voluntary marrow donors for transplants that are life saving for patients suffering from blood cancer, thalassemia, aplastic anemia, congenital immunodeficiency states and other such blood related diseases. 

>> Bollywood actor Salman Khan has come forward to financially support 25,000 daily wage workers from the film industry as India battles the second wave. The actor will be crediting Rs 1500 in the bank account of the industry workers who are suffering due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown.

>> Federation of Western Indian Cine Employees (FWICE) general secretary, Ashoke Dubey told, “Salman Khan’s manager spoke to BN Tiwari (FWICE president) and asked us to send details of 25,000 workers from the federation. The star will be crediting Rs 1500 in each one’s bank account. He was helpful even last year when Covid first hit India, and he is back at it again.”

>> Being Human – The Salman Khan Foundation is a registered charitable trust established in 2007 and working in the areas of education and healthcare for the underprivileged.

>> RELIEF INITIATIVE FOR KASHMIR FLOOD VICTIMS In March 2015, Being Human – The Salman Khan Foundation sent 30,000 woolen blankets to areas in Kashmir which were most affected by the floods that ravaged the state of Jammu and Kashmir the previous year and rendered thousands homeless. 

We were given to understand that due to the severe winter, blankets were the need of the hour for those who had lost their homes. The blankets were distributed to areas in frontier districts of Baramula and Kupwara, Shopian, Ganderbal. Bandipur, Lolab Valley, Rajwar, Soyibug and Srinagar. We are grateful to the Indian army in Srinagar for helping us reach the blankets to those who needed them most.

>> Being Human launched The Little Hearts Program in 2013 to provide free treatment to underprivileged children with Congenital Heart defects. Through the program we conduct camps in remote areas that do not have any access to paediatric heart facilities.Children from all over India are operated and treated. As of March 2018, 1466 surgeries have been completed under the Little Hearts Program

>> Being Human has conducted free eye camps in Small towns and Villages in Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Maharashtra,Uttar Pradesh And Bihar in order to treat preventable blindness through cataract surgeries.As of March 2018, we have reached over 45,000 people and over 2240 surgeries have been completed.

>> Being Human was involved in a drought relief initiative in Maharashtra in 2013. This was the worst drought the state of Maharashtra had experienced since 1972. With many people already affected and with cattle rendered hungry without fodder, this drought was the worst kind of natural disaster that the state had faced. Almost 1/5th of Maharashtra was reeling under drought. 

Water in tankers were being provided by the Maharashtra government but there was an urgent requirement of tanks, for the storage of water, across the districts of Beed, Osamanabad, Jalna, Aurangabad and Nanded - districts which were most affected in Maharashtra.

Being Human–The Salman Khan Foundation procured 2500 tanks, each having a capacity of 2000 litres, and dispersed them across various villages in these 5 districts.

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