@shalinimagdel relation with social work is quite personal in nature. Seeing her own parents struggle to make ends meet made her grow up too soon. Her mother was sick and her father worked hard to even provide her with basic stationary and books for school. She didn’t even have the privilege of buying new clothes and depended on gifts to wear during festivities but she doesn’t regret that phase of her life. In fact, she is glad she experienced it because it made her want to not let any other child feel that way. Her pain has led her to become a covid warrior in these difficult times. A travel enthusiast who has now travelled more than 23 states, paused her passion to help children. She provided food, clothes, medicines, masks and sanitisers to those in need. When word of her good work spread, she recived more and more calls. With some help, she formed a network of people providing covid relief to the needy. Soon, she was called ‘Corona Didi’ and in spite of losing her own father during covid, she was out helping people even on the day of his cremation. She has taken continuous initiative during the past three waves to help bring about a change. She believes that the willingness to help matters and kindness is contagious.