If you don’t know how to use waste or better say the ‘best of waste’ then here is one of the finest examples for you. Collecting every household thing which we don’t like to use anymore and selling it to the underprivileged people, this includes from clothes to shoes and furniture to crockery, is what the members of Swami Vivekanand Society of Udaipur is doing from last four years. Moreover, from the profit which they earn from selling all such used stuff in good condition; they provide money for a school of blinds in Udaipur. This year the 2 day sale from 7th to 8th May was organized at Savina’s Bohra Ganesh Nagar at Barkat Colony. from R-L sangeeta mundra, renu nagori, suneeta devpura, karuna nalvaya and anita biyani Shobha Karwa, Renu Nagori, Sangeeta Mundra, Sunita Devpura, Karuna Nalwaya, Madhu Agarwal & Anita Biyani are few most dedicated members of the society with volunteers from their organization, who initiated this concept in Udaipur, which directly or indirectly helps both lower class of people & students of blind school. The secretary of Swami Vivekanand Society, Renu Nagori said “This is our 4th sale, which we first started in 2008, every year we donate the revenue in different other organizations. From last 2 years, we are giving this money for the school of blinds near Charak Hostel.” Goods available on sale range from the nominal amount between of Rs. 10-30/- . This attracts the large crowd; mainly people living in nearby slums, majority is from below poverty line. By seeing the good response we are going to start it twice a year, in summers and winters respectively, says Renu Nagori. You can also contribute by giving your not in use goods to Vivekanand Society by contacting them on 8875011113, 9799244003.