A group of teenagers named Santa Brigade is cleaning cars in their locality and is using the earned money to help the needy in these testing times.

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A group of teenagers named Santa Brigade is cleaning cars in their locality.

Over 30 teenage students of the Ivy condominium in Sushant Lok- 1 in Gurugram have taken up the job of car cleaners to help the underprivileged who are finding it difficult to survive during the lockdown. They have formed a group called ‘Santa Brigade’ that cleans cars in the morning.

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The group steps out at 6 in the morning and spends around four hours cleaning the cars in their locality. The money that they get in return from vehicle owners is used to purchase groceries, fruits, vegetables, sanitisers and masks which are then distributed to the underprivileged families in the vicinity. According to news reports, the ‘Santa Brigade’ was able to collect around ₹ 15,000 in the last three weeks. Their charges range from ₹ 200 to ₹ 1000 depending on the vehicle category and dimensions.

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The money is being used to help the underprivileged.

Apart from helping the underprivileged, these teenagers are also helping people in their localitykeep their cars clean. This gave the Santa Brigade group a chance to take up the job and use the money to help the underprivileged population of their locality survive during these tough times.



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