In life, we can’t help everyone but everyone can help someone. On Diwali 2013, when @Hilori’s colleague was hospitalized and alone, she decided to cheer him up with sweets. He was elated. This urged her to think about the poor who were unable to celebrate. So, she bought more sweets and distributed it to the needy. Ever since, she’s been lighting up their lives every Diwali. 2014: Distributed sweets, clothes to the poor 2015: Donated fruits, grains, sugar, biscuits to an old age home 2016: Visited old age homes, distributed sweets 2017: Visited an orphanage, distributed chocolates 2018: Served food to cows, donated money to caretakers of cow shelters 2019: Distributed clothes, sweets to the poor On Raksha Bandhan, she visited an NGO for orphan boys with HIV, tied them Rakhis and donated money. This year, she donated money to an NGO for people who lost their jobs due to the pandemic. Hilori believes that the best feeling is making someone happy.