Five-Year-Old Telugu Boy Raises Rs 3.7 Lakh For Covid Fight
A five-year-old boy named Aneeshwar Kunchala who is a descendent of a Chittoor family and currently live in United Kingdom has raised high funds for coronavirus patients despite donating his piggy bank money, he raised funds on a larger scale.
He initiated a campaign named ‘Little pedallers Aneesh and his friends’ which was joined by 60 other children in cycling 3,200 km. They requested donations across the globe, including the US and India. The campaign was started by him on May 27.
The boy went viral on the social media for his selfless act and Social work done by him. He was lauded by Deputy High Commissioner of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Andrew Fleming for his work.
Aneeshwar, was paid a visit by MP Andy Carter from Warrington South. After meeting the young boy, the MP posted on social media: “I was so pleased to meet a young boy from Warrington who has taken it upon himself to raise funds for Covid-19 response… what a fantastic achievement.”
Aneeshwar, in an interview with TOI said: “I am happy to meet Andy and would like to do tons of challenges like these to help doctors and also fight against Covid-19.”