Kerala taxi driver Nasar Tootha opens free 'wedding dress bank' for poor brides

'Wedding Dress Bank',

In 2020, Thootha decided to start a 'Dress Bank' for underprivileged families, to fulfil the objective he  began asking wealthier families to donate their unwanted wedding gowns. Many individuals contributed their bridal gowns, and Thootha got dozens of hefty packets which were delivered to his door.

Last year, using WhatsApp and Facebook, Tootha started requesting people to pass on their idle wedding dresses for the cause.

His dress bank currently includes 800 wedding suits, including sarees, lehengas, and gowns, ranging in price from Rs 5,000 to Rs 50,000, suitable for Hindu, Muslim, and Christian weddings. Till now,  more than 300 struggling families across India  got bridal dresses from Tootha's commendable charity initiative

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