16 May 2021
Furever Friends Foundation celebrated International Families Day with the frontline police personnels in Mohali district.
Since the coronavirus outbreak, police professionals have not only experienced the gratification of supporting citizens and saving their lives but have also lost many battles along the way. Unfortunately, 56 Punjab Police personnel, including two gazetted officers and six Punjab Home Guard jawans from the Punjab Police, lost their lives. Every day, the selfless warriors are giving it their all in the current scenario while cutting themselves off from their families and loved ones. The sacrifice that they are making for the safety and welfare of humanity is priceless and deserves lifelong gratitude on our end.
While speaking on the occasion Sh Vikas Luthra , Founder Director, Furever Friends Foundation said, “ Among many lessons that the corona virus has taught us; it is important as a community to value the frontline workers’ significant contribution within our lives. And, how less we have appreciated and thanked them for their significant contribution. On International Families Day, we at Furever Friends wanted to thank our extended family of first line corona warriors as a mark of gesture for their unwavering devotion and dedication towards mohali district residents in the turbulent times. “
In a day-long event, Furever Friends volunteers gave a special gift token to police personnels at their duty station. 100 Police Personnels of 21 areas of Mohali district were recognised including PS Phase 1, PP Industrial Area, PS Ph-6, PS Ph-8, PS Ph-11, PS Matour, PS Naya Gaon, PS-Sohana, PS-Saneta, PS Sadar Kharar, PS Gharuan, PS City Kharar, PS Balongi, PS Derabassi, PP Mubarakpur, PS Zirakpur, PS Handesra, PP Baltana, PS Dhakouli, PS Lalru, PS Nahar. Furever Friends is also undertaking an animal reflective collar project with Mohali Traffic which will help in safeguarding animals as well as humans.